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Old 11-17-2015, 07:58 PM   #15
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Un-leveling the RV is standard for avoiding pooling water. I always raise the front by 1/4 bubble when heavy rain is expected. I just make sure I stay within the refrigerator level limits of 3* side-to-side, 6* front-to-back (looking at frig door).

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Tom, this won't fix your leak, but it will keep water from accumulating on the slide toppers!

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Hey, that looks interesting indeed! Thanks for that!!
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Tom, this won't fix your leak, but it will keep water from accumulating on the slide toppers!

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That's a great idea Joe!

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