I am new to the Forum and a new RV'er as well. I purchased a 2008 Keystone Outback Sydney edition, 35ft, that had a leak in the front corner of the rubber roof. I sealed it up with dicor self-leveling lap sealant, but the wood underneath has since rotted out.
Do you guys suggest pulling off that section, replacing the wood, and patching the rubber roof?
I have the RV on a stationary lot and have a deck built around it so I can't take it to a dealer to have it done.
Also, the termination strips are lifting in other areas.
I just bought it a couple of years ago, and do not show any signs of leaks inside, but smell mold. Wasn't sure if black mold can get in those things or not, but it burns my lungs enough to not be able to sleep in it.
Was also wondering if anyone has used Flex Seal (rubber in a can) on RV roof leaks? It says it can be used on EPDM roofs. Was considering tightening down my termination strips, taping it off and spraying a few lines around the perimeter edges of the roof since this seems to be where most of the leaks are coming from. Any suggestions on that?