Originally Posted by Andrew GPSMapNut
I know the pain...
I didn't know how to do it "right" so I did it like this:
I scored the old ply with a skill-saw set to cut just a hair under 3/4" deep. Than I used a 2" chisel and a 5 pond mallet to remove the pieces. After days of hard work and countless words that are not used on this forum I glued in new pieces in place using PL Premium construction adhesive.
Andrew: Thanks for the info..at least now I know it's not just OUR Jubilee that's constructed in this fashion. I think I'll use a pressure treated plywood as a replacement and do like you and use construction adhesive for the bond. Maybe any future leaks
down the road won't lead to such in-depth repair. BTW, did your Jubilee have the 3/8" foam wall covering rather than Ensolite and did you "keep" or "replace" it?