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Old 03-06-2015, 02:17 PM   #1
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Roof Drainage Rail Gutter Leaks

All new rubber roof last June. Same side gutter channels, it appears, same leaks, it has to be overflowing the channel, or the channel has a leak in it??


Why is the rail leaking out over the top of the (and almost middle of the 12' galley) slide and down the side. ??

Also I see a joint that causes a leak, but why the other one to the left of the little bedroom window leaking too.....?

I had to upload this to You Tube to share it...


I don't see that much dripping from the end gutter spouts, either, so the channel can't be full. Puzzling....and aggrevating!

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Old 03-06-2015, 05:42 PM   #2
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Your videos are almost useless when they are displayed sideways.
Your description sounds like your gutter is high on each end, should be a bit higher in the middle.
That is easy to check with a laser level. First make sure your RV is level, then hold the laser level on the gutter, turn on the laser and measure distance from beam to gutter in about 4 places.
For an immediate solution, just raise the front about 2" and make water run to the rear instead of overflow the gutter in the middle.
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