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Old 02-23-2012, 10:09 PM   #15
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Wow! Looks great.

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Looks amazing. Thanks for sharing.

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Old 02-29-2012, 09:26 AM   #17
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AWESOME JOB!!! I think the same project is in my future. Now I can see what is under the wood and have a good idea what I'm in for. THANKS for the Pics.
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Old 03-03-2012, 06:17 AM   #18
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I am impressed! Repaired AND looking good!

Sadly, I just found a leak or a really big spill in the cabover bunk of my 2009 Winnebago Chalet 24v...and I bought this 10 days ago! And I live in Phoenix and can't remember the last rain we had. (Which is why I am hoping it was a really big spill)

Your pictures really helped me get an idea of how the leak/really big spill travelled and where to.

I lifted the bottom edge of the wall two days ago, propped it up and dried that immediate area out. We'll see. Thanks again for the pictures.
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Nice job
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Old 03-07-2012, 06:49 PM   #20
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Really nice repair. Much better than the original.

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Thanks for the photographing each phases. I notice some water in my bunk on the first trip I took with a 2004 Jayco I purchase used. I notice water coming out of the trim area on the driver's side lower corner as I cleaned it up to caulk. I drill a small hole on the bottom of the trim which let the water drip out over a couple of days. But after seeing what you have done. I think maybe I should tear it out and see what the damage really maybe. I have been through a couple of rain storms senses then and have not seen any water in bunk area. I have left the small drain hole open and it is at the low point when the MH is parked. Any thoughts as how I should view this incident and what action I should take if any at this time.?


Hi Don,
I just had the same problem and found mine to be a hole in my roof on the right corner. i was drilling holes in the trim to let the water out and started investigating further. I knew there was previous water damage there but not a hole. The hole came from a tree limb I hit a few weeks ago. I have just repaired the roof. See pictures of it here

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