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Old 02-01-2017, 01:41 PM   #1
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Good afternoon, hoping someone has had similar situation. Whenever it rains, I get moisture in the passenger side rear of motorhome, next to bed and slideout. I have installed Endura Tape 6" wide on rear, front and middle seam of roof (aluminum roof) and placed tape around the perimeter of rear slide to make sure it was sealed and am still getting moisture in the interior rear of motorhome. I have checked the seams on sides of motorhome and caulked where needed. Not sure what else to do? Have a 16; awning on the passenger side, thought of removing and checking behind to see if there was a possibility of a leak. Any other Holiday rambler owner out there that has had similar instance with water in the rear passenger side bedroom location? Thanks in advance for any assistance.
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Old 02-01-2017, 03:27 PM   #2
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I had one that leaked bad, come to find out there was a slide gasket across the bottom that sealed water from coming out. I cut a notch on both sides not more water. On mine when it rained you could see the water coming in from the bottom of slide corners.
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If your sidewalls are aluminum there will be a body joint that runs front to rear that intersects the windows and has a vinyl cover that is caulked top and bottom under the vinyl is a aluminum track that covers the joint of the top and lower sidewall sheet aluminum panels ,water leaks into the space under the vinyl at the windows and leaks inside thru the screw and alignment holes ,remove the vinyl ,screws ,track ,clean and caulk all holes reinstall everything ,recaulk but do not caulk the bottom side of the vinyl ,hope this helps .
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