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Old 05-16-2015, 11:55 AM   #15
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I had two "professional" caulkings that did not fix a slow leak I had that would show up in the light fixture in front of the refrigerator. Some suggestions from this site lead me to the rusted screws under my solar panel. You might have the same thing going on under the roof horns or else where. Good luck.

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After resealing the window, the windscreen, the side mirror, the snap-screws for the windshield shade, etc. etc. the pesky leak was still not resolved. I went back up on the roof this morning (after applying more DICOR to just about everything a couple weeks ago) and took another look around. And... I found a crack in the Dicor on the front mount for the air horn assembly. This crack was not visible before, or maybe I missed it, but in any event I am hopeful I finally found the source of the leak. See photo below.

I scraped away some of the old Dicor in that area and reapplied VERY liberally. Now waiting for another heavy rain to verify - shouldn't be long, this time of year in Livingston TX is rain, rain, rain!

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