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Old 10-15-2020, 09:12 AM   #1
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Rear Water Damage

Hello everyone. I searched the sight and did not find what I was looking for. So, I thought I would ask.

35RKM 2012

I have some serious water damage on the rear wall area just behind the slide inside and out on the hot water heater side of the camper.

For the life of me I cannot figure out where the leak is coming from. If I reach under the rear area it is wet along the floor and wall back to the rear of the camper.

Have any of you experienced the same leak along this area? Thanks for any help.

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Is your ladder on the side where the leak is? the sockets for my ladder that mount on the roof let water come inside and down the screw holes.
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The ladder is on that side. I will do more digging. That might be the culprit. Thanks.
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On mine the top flange was a socket for the tube, it had lost it's seal letting water under the flange and through the screw holes into the ceiling. This is a picture I found online, not mine. Check this area.
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