Originally Posted by TheMatrix
Geez sorry to hear this. I'm beginning to think RV'S are designed and built by retarded monkeys some days. SMH!! Was the gap at the top or the bottom. Because if it was at the top, yes, it's a retarded monkey. All seals should be joined at the bottom.
well the caulking was a failure, namely because it was cheap caulking that I had in my toolbox. I picked up some proper quality black silicone that I plan to use later this week.
Just so you can get an idea of the issue, the rubber strip is an inch too short on the left side allowing driving rain to run right on it. It is hard to detect and can easily be confused for condensation because the water that leaks in goes right into the frame and out the weep holes at the bottom. the problem is, it also comes inwards through the weep holes filling the window frame. The weep holes cannot do their job in the rain to run condensation out because they are too busy contending with the leaking water.
Does anyone have experience with this or a better method to fix rather than using silicone? I have already called all local RV dealers and they don't seem to carry the rubber seal :(