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Old 07-21-2013, 03:14 PM   #1
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RV water leak

I have a 2002 38' Monaco Diplomat with a front driver's side water leak. Not apparent where the leak is coming in but the water is only on the left side carpet behind a panel with minimal evidence of water tracking down the drivers area left wall. I am waiting for another heavy Fl. rain to see if I can determine water source. Hoping one of you has had this problem and can suggest area of possible leak. thaks, everyone......

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Old 07-25-2013, 02:13 PM   #2
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As a Winnebago owner I may not be totally qualified to respond.

I have seen leaks like this on my units. In my case it was a seam along the slide roof. The stress of the slide wall striking the fixed wall had caused the caulking to fail. All of the slide roof seam need to be checked from time to time and re-caulked as needed.

Get this fixed ASAP. If the water gets into the headliner it could cause mold. That is what happened in my Vectra and the slide roof had to be rebuilt at the factory. Every RV dealer I brought it to just made thing worse.

I hope this helps.

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