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Old 06-29-2014, 08:11 PM   #1
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Slide leak

02 holiday rambler vacationer 34 sbd rear slide- have replaced the double bulb seal and does not appear to leak with slide out, but now leaks at the bottom onto carpet when slide is in. Any thoughts? Replace the P seals on sides and top? Leave bottom open to drain?
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There might be a seal on the outside leaking. Not rubber but a silicone seal or seam trim seal. Maybe the window. Just have to look.
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Old 07-02-2014, 06:13 AM   #3
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If you have Herr windows, it may be a window leak. If My window track gets clogged with debris and dirt, the water can,t drain through the weep holes along the bottom edge of the window. The water will pool in the slide track, and drip at the corner where the window starts to curve upward. I have to vacum my window slide tracks to keep the gunk out of the drain holes along the bottom of the track.
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Since it's leaking closed is there a seal made to the bottom of that slide ? If so cut some notches or openings in it to let water out.
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