Hi all. I purchased a 2012 Excel travel trailer a couple of months ago and was told by the selling dealer that there was water damage in the wall between the dinette slide and entry door. I called Curtis at the Service Center to get an estimate on the repair. After pulling the trailer from NJ back to NC and spending some time in it, I discovered that there's much, much more damage than was disclosed. I'm currently in Smith Center where the original damage and water damage to virtually every wall around the other slides are being repaired. They've told me that they can't find any obvious routes that the water took to cause the damage. No evidence of leaking from the top even though there was damage there, that it appears that it leached up from the bottom. The headers we're all good but the wood under the headers down was rotten. Does anyone have experience with this?
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