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    wet chipboard

    Hi

    We recently had a leak from the watertank resulting in wet chipboard which has bowed a bit. its not falling apart but we are not sure if its worth replacing it or will it be ok to leave as it is?

    thanks
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    Leave it to dry out for a month, then decide.

    Lots of ventilation though, leave door open, maybe put a COLD fan on it.
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      #3
      That would be a sod to replace. Leave it to dry IIWY.

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        #4
        Originally posted by theartfullodger View Post
        Leave it to dry out for a month, then decide.

        Lots of ventilation though, leave door open, maybe put a COLD fan on it.
        thanks. whats the deciding factor to replace or not? presumably the colour will remain, not too fussed about a bit of bowing. anything else to consider? thanks

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