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Old 01-28-2010, 11:25 PM   #1
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Is it a leak or not?

Hi group;Ive purchased an 07 endura 6372 an noticed the wall board (behind the sofa)was wavey from an area just below the window going toward the driver area.(this is a slide wall.)Is this evidence of an improperly installed window?or something else.How could I test to know?Thanks for any info you can provide...Also I'm in process of diagnosing trouble with my kwikwee elec. steps,an I can't think of any reason I couldn't remove it an do it on my work bench can you?Amos.

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Old 01-29-2010, 01:56 AM   #2
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Amos, if you have a humidity meter, use it to test for moisture in the wall board in a inconspicuous area. If there is moisture after a rain, then you have a leak.
Do you have the manual on your steps? If so you have every thing you need to work on it on a bench. You will need to simulate the various power circuits and switches for testing. Good luck and keep us posted.

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Leak or not.

Have a 6340 06 endura have had so many leaks I purchased a moisture meter from Harbour Freight. It Has 2 sharp points that have continuity when in contact with moisture. Leaves 2 small holes that are hardly noticeable but ti will answer the question. GOOD LUCK
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Welcome amoose to irv2.
Heres a Link to kwikwee steps with many models.
Leaks around the windows can be a pain you may have to pull and place new ribbon sealant or if top looks dried out remove old sealant and dress around frame with new.
I'd use a caulking gun to force under frame.
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