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Old 06-25-2016, 11:42 PM   #1
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Water on floor of trailer

Had my slideout out today on my TT and brought it in tonight to start a trip tomorrow. I was in the trailer and saw some water on the floor coming from under the slideout. Was not a lot of water but does anyone out there see a problem. New trailer only been out 4 times and have been in some really bad storms but no leaks, wassup ?
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Had my slideout out today on my TT and brought it in tonight to start a trip tomorrow. I was in the trailer and saw some water on the floor coming from under the slideout. Was not a lot of water but does anyone out there see a problem. New trailer only been out 4 times and have been in some really bad storms but no leaks, wassup ?
keep towels handy... this is normal for slides.

Either it seeps in from below, or the water stays on top and leaks down when you move the slide in.... unless it was gallons and gallons, ,,,, I wouldn't be too concerned.
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Ditto on plasma reply, a very few times we have had a little small pudles of water on the floor, near the rear recliners, but only after bringing the slide in after some rain !
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Water sitting on the roof and sides of the slides, then dripping onto the floor, is normal. Water leaking in when the slides are closed is not.
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I agree with Keen.... we put toppers on our sides... and if its rained and rained an there is a puddle on the roof of the side... we will pull it in 1/3 of the way and will push off the excess water... just so you know the difference ... my BIL will pull in the slide and DRY it off before he brings it in the rest of the way.... there is a lot of differences in the way some of us see and view and issue....
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