Repairing Opening in Previously Applied Dicor
We had a little accident in our class A (Tiffin Alegro Gasser, but shouldn't make a difference) and need a little advice on how to fix it. We got caught up in a tree and bent the ladder on the top. No worries with a bent ladder, but the problem is one of the 'tubes' that attaches it to the roof got pulled out of position, and the previously applied sealant/Dicor around it ripped. There is a hole about two inches by half an inch, which I'd like to fix. If I use the leveling sealant from Dicor, will it be thick enough to cover the hole without just falling in? If not, is there some patch or something I should use to cover the hole first, then seal around it? My concern is just using some duct tape or whatever will stop the sealant sticking. I've found Dicor sealant patches, but they don't seem to recommend using the lap sealant around it.
Any suggestions for this (very obviously) newbie?
Thanks ahead of time!