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Old 09-17-2008, 02:56 PM   #1
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On our 30 RLD during the 6 inches of rain from ike we discovered water inside the window frame in the camper .
I looked it over today and am trying to figure out how to fix em. I pulled some of the rubber seal off around the outside and found alot of wet crud.how do I seal the windows? Indide? or remove the seal and take the glass out and reseal it??/ Thanks in advance for your help.
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On our 30 RLD during the 6 inches of rain from ike we discovered water inside the window frame in the camper .
I looked it over today and am trying to figure out how to fix em. I pulled some of the rubber seal off around the outside and found alot of wet crud.how do I seal the windows? Indide? or remove the seal and take the glass out and reseal it??/ Thanks in advance for your help.
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We had several leaks when our unit was new. If you have a lot of crud built up, it's probably best to remove the window, clean it, and recaulk around the top and sides. Be sure to check to see if the drain holes are open and are facing down. We had one window where the rubber seal had been cut too short, allowing the water to run into the inside window groove. I simply caulked the gap in the rubber seal to fix the problem.
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