Originally Posted by Fred1609
Leaks can be the most puzzling things. Even though it may show in one place, the intrusion might be well away from where the wet spot is. Nothings short of having a professional look for it might work. Complete another inspection of all the areas equal in height to your leak (water doesnt run up) , but be very critical of all areas that have been caulked. If you cant figure it out take it too a pro. The damage is ongoing and getting it sorted out, either by you or a pro will prevent any further (Expensive) damage.
Thanks Fred, I agree I need to do another inspection. Unfortunatly, my fiver is permanently sitting in an RV park and has an aluminum awning attached, plus a regular household toilet was installed with premanent waste plumbing. Not to mention I no longer own a tow vehicle. So, I can't bring it to a dealer or repair shop. I have ordered some Proflex RV Sealant and will attack the problem when it arrives. Also, I did do some repair on the slide roof with tar tape. When it rains, there are no puddles and only the rippled wall covering which could be old damage. Just don't want it to get any worse, so I will tape, caulk and pray, not necessarily in that order.