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Old 03-01-2023, 05:13 AM   #1
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2005 Sea Breeze BR Slide water leaks

We have owned our sea breeze now going on our third year, and continue to battle with a water leak in the BR area. Roof has been sealed using an approved product for the type, seams sealed and eterna bond tape applied as well. It has us puzzled and appears to be a slide seal issue/memory problem. The water leak is between the bed and the rear wall of the coach, not near the bathroom area. That area has been checked and confirmed to be leak free. Has anyone replaced their slide out seals and if so where did you purchase from? What style did you purchase? And diffulculty in installing the new ones? All suggestions and info greatly welcomed, thanks again and safe travels to all.
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Old 03-02-2023, 07:10 AM   #2
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Had the same issue. 34 2006 National Sea Breeze, workhorse 8321. Found that the strip of molding on bedroom side of the coach needed sealed. This is the molding strip covering the seam between the rear of the coach and the side of the coach. Sealed both sides with 100% silicone ie flex . I also attached gutter drip edge on all four corners of the coach. Sealed in 2013 and no problems since. I always attach clothes pins to the drip edge when setting up, just a precaution.
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