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Old 10-03-2014, 09:23 AM   #1
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New Coachman 2014 Leprechaun 317SA small leak

New to the forum, I just bought a new 2014 Leprechaun on Sept 11, 2014, I have it parked in parked in my drive way slightly unleveled with slides out. It rained last night and I have a small amount of water on the floor. No leaks from ceiling , water looks like it's coming from under fridge and couch , gravity is making it bubble and drift towards front cab. I think it's coming from the slide, any thoughts.

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Looks like the water is on the floor near the slide, it is more than likely coming in from one of the slide rubber seal areas, because of the angle you were parked at, and the direction of the rain.
As the unit is new, check to see if you have them all. Had a leak once similar. The slide seal was not attached at one part. Fixed it, never happened again.

Good luck with your new unit and welcome to the forum.
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