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Hymer Excis Toilet Door


TrevorBB

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I initially thought that an Exsis 522’s sliding bathroom door would be the ‘tambour’ type that was used on my Hobby, but having looked at on-line photos I’m now not sure that’s the case.

 

If you don’t get any forum feedback (It’s a very specialised question) you might try asking Hambilton Engineering.

 

http://www.friendlyhippo.co.uk/hymerdirect/

 

I used to wonder how my Hobby's bathroom door could be removed. Fortunately I never had to do it, but I suspect that significant furniture dismantling would have been needed. In principle, removing the ’sliders’ from the door’s top edge should have allowed it to be lifted out of its lower track: in practice, it seemed to be impossible to remove the sliders. As it’s clearly not obvious how to remove your Exsis’s door, it may well prove to be a challenging task.

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Ours is held in place by a top track and seats into a groove around the shower tray at the bottom. The top track is held in place by screws, and it appears one would first have to remove the screws with the door fully opened, then go into the shower and carefully close the door to access the remaining screws then exposed. Then, allow the track to drop at the end while drawing the top of the door back into the shower area. That looks as though it SHOULD give enough clearance to disengage the base of the door from the shower tray groove so it can be lifted clear. BUT, all the clearances look tight, so it will be touch and go if it will come away, or if it does, whether you'd end up wearing the door, or trapped in the shower by it! Re-fitting should also be a bundle of laughs! :-) But, this all assumes the door to your washroom is similar to ours. You don't say what year your Exsis is, so it is possible the design has changed, or that there are differences between the doors fitted to different models. Good luck.
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