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Old 09-17-2007, 09:42 PM  
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Originally Posted by sp9659 View Post
yeah there is some flexing I dont think that it is supported by boards behind the wall panels but the weird thing is that some of the wals in the house are sheet rock and the rest are paneling for example in my computer room the 2 walls in the rear are sheetrock and the one thats closest to the outside is paneling while the one right after that and the wall connected to the door are sheetrock so I dont understand why they would change some and not the others???
That sounds weird alright, it sounds like it would be to your atvantage to drywall. With unstable paneling I personaly think your looking at a real headace trying to texture the paneling without crack developing in the future.



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