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Old 06-02-2016, 01:05 PM   #15
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Thanks for coming back and letting us know the good outcome.

Wish more folks would do this.
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Old 06-02-2016, 02:08 PM   #16
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Thanks for coming back and letting us know the good outcome.

Wish more folks would do this.
...except that now that I have said that, it has started to leak again!

Might have fixed it. Used expanding foam in the wettest area, and after the last rain cell came through, still dry. Cannot really tell where it is originating from. When I checked this morning, it was dry. Went shopping and a NASTY storm cell came over, checked it when I got back, and lots of water (maybe about 1/4 cup). It is behind the bathroom sink and the electrical panel, which share a wall with the vent tube in it. The hole in the wood that the vent tube comes up through is wet. So I filled that hole with expanding foam around the tube.

Now I am just checking it every time it rains to see if I can find the first place that gets wet, but no more wetness, yet.

Will continue to keep an eye on it just to be sure.

We will be moving from SE Texas to Oregon next week, and living in the trailer full time until we find something else. So, it sounds like we are moving to a wetter climate, but in reality, the rain we get here in TX is WAY worse than what we would see in OR. When we get it here, we get 2-6+ inches in one day, with tons of lightning, thunder, and gale-force winds. THOSE are what seems to make it leak.

Steady falling rain, like the NW gets, does not make it leak.
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Old 06-03-2016, 09:26 AM   #17
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Found it!!!

Once again, it is POURING!!!

Got out to the trailer, tons of water on the floor, all the way out into the living area. Followed the water trail back to its source, and it is coming in FAST around the shorepower plug, behind the bathroom sink!

Cannot fix it right now, because of the rain and lightning, but at least I know where it is leaking it from, and I can fix it if it ever stops raining!

I was getting worried, because I have not been able to find the source, and we hit the road full time on Wednesday. I don't like something to not be working right, and not know the source of the problem. But now that I found the source, the fix will be easy.

And I can rest assured that no more leaks while we travel!
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Glad you found it!

It sounds like somebody forgot a gasket.
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