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Old 08-05-2015, 12:37 PM   #1
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Window seals on 1997 gulfstream Sun Voyager

We have discovered that the rear bedroom window is leaking in really heavy rain, yes it dripped on my head and woke me up. I cant seem to find a lot of information on replacing the seals. I dont want to take anything apart until I can find the parts. On the outside of the window there is part of the seal that seems to be pulling away from the window. And I noticed some paint is chipped on the top of the window!! Maybe a bad repair from before we got the rv. Going up on a ladder today to check it out better. Any ideas where to get the seals? If I have to temporarily caulk it, what kind is best? Thanks!!!

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Old 08-05-2015, 06:19 PM   #2
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Is it an opening window or fixed in place? Most RV windows are held in place by screws from the inside metal rim through the sidewall and screwed into the outside window. A gasket of butyl rubber is usually under the outside rim to seal the window.

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