Originally Posted by Bat Dude
Recently purchased a new HR Invicta in Sept. Took it on an initial local w/instate shakedown cruise to familiarize ourselves width everything.
For the most part all was fine except one home after 10 days we had rain....
Hmmm when stepping int and out of the coach adding some personal items I noticed a reflection on the ceiling that looked like from standing water.
Whoops on a close look there was standing water on inside of windscreen at the base.
While covered under warranty the glass people indicated this was the 3rd HR-Invicta they had to reseal the windscreen in ~ 2 months!
Hope the rest of the coach quality holds up.
Now gearing up for our winter escape from Michigan. Need to top up the propane tank as I have left the furnnca on on lowest setting.
Did not want to winterize the rig as we are departing in a few weeks.
I've had a bout of bad glass placement, not something that wants to be put off. Glad you got it taken care of promptly.
Keep an eye out on the weather in both your hometown and along the route you plan to travel, as freezing temps don't care that you plan to go south in a few weeks. Personally, I would winterize with compressed air, travel dry, then water up once I was past any chance of freezing. My $.02.