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Old 09-11-2012, 03:13 PM   #1
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Leak between bunk overhang and cab

Seems my 2006 Winnebago View has a leak somewhere between the outer skin and the urethane insulation. It has leaked out of the seam between the cab and the overhead bunk compartment. It is not leaking inside. As a result, the entire seam around the cab has rusted. Anyone have any experience with this and any resolution suggestions? Thanks.
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Seems my 2006 Winnebago View has a leak somewhere between the outer skin and the urethane insulation. It has leaked out of the seam between the cab and the overhead bunk compartment. It is not leaking inside. As a result, the entire seam around the cab has rusted. Anyone have any experience with this and any resolution suggestions? Thanks.
Hi callhurd,
I would suggest cleaning and resealing any penetrations to the front cap and the front cap to roof seam. After that I would suggest having a pressure test done to check for and seal any other leaks. This test will pressurize the interior of your View and then they will spray the exterior with a solution that will show bubbles if there are any leaks (this is the best test to find water leaks). Most larger RV dealers and RV repair shops should offer this service. Sometimes in humid situations moisture under the cab over mattress is just condensation but I would still suggest the pressure check. Hope this helps you out.
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