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Old 02-26-2010, 08:16 AM   #1
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Unhappy Leaking bedrom slideout

I have a 2004 Keystone Everest, new in Jan 2006. I had a problem with water leaking in right after I got it, warranty work, they replaced the seal. I did not use it for quite awhile and when I did it was not raining, no problem. This year on the way to Texas, I noticed the leak was still there. One dealer told me what to check for, could not find a problem. In Port Aransas, problem still there, had local RV repair check it out, could'nt find a problem, put on lap sealant, charged 70.00. Leak still there. All seams and seals look great. Could it be leaking around the edge trim? What else could it be?

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Old 02-26-2010, 09:36 AM   #2
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IMHO it is time to find the leak and fix it once and for all. Do some calling and find a dealer who has the equipment to pressure test the coach. This will find the problem in no time. Then with information in hand, you can choose the correct repair procedure. Sure beats throwing money at it blindly.

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That is/was a very common problem with Everest. The cheap tape they used to seal the exterior wall to the roof had a tendency to curl causing a lot of leaks for a lot of people. Might try replacing that tape with Eternabond.


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