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Old 04-20-2009, 01:55 PM   #1
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Need To Stop The Rain

I have an 06 Inspire - Genoa 40 and apparantly the eyebrow or the cap over the windshield is uninsulated so moisture condenses inside.

The problem is, eventually that water comes out and the rain starts to run down the inside of the winshield.

Short of removing all the cabinetry over the windshield and installing insulation, does anyone have any other suggested solutions?

And no, the roof is not leaking nor is the windshield.
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I know the situation you are speaking of and you are correct in the fact it is due to a void of insulation. You should be able to spray the cap with a foam insulation through a few opening; say 3 or 4 into the bottom of the cap. If there are no opening you could drill and access hole and then make a cover. Another way might be through the clearance lights but is a bit trickier to get it where you want it. Good luck and keep us posted.
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RV Wizard thank you I have the same problem with our Hurricane only happens in the cold weather and we get a lot of moisture on the inside of the windshield don't see how I can get into the void without drilling from the out side thou. But will it hurt anything over the long run just to wipe it up and go on down the road.
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Does anyone know a brand or name of spray insulation that will stick to the inside fiberglass surface? The expanding foam is to fill gaps not to coat a surface.

On an Inspire, the back pannels inside the overhead cabinets can easily be removed. The back panel on the TV also comes off but the space is limited. I probably could use that opening to mask off the back of the TV.
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