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Old 03-25-2019, 05:13 AM   #29
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About the caulking...

I just replaced my galley window do to being hit by neighbor and the production drawing that Fleetwood sent says "Apply one coat of sealant-Anti-wick (1STP)/HNKL X-5474 To All window cutouts." Then show in the drawing where to apply.

There was NO sign of sealant around the window cutout. Nor was there any caulking above the window. And their is nothing in the drawing saying to caulk around the top.

Sounds like FW was just denying something that should have been covered due to their negligence.



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Just had the dealership re-caulk around all of the flush mounted windows. Thanks for posting this detail.
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