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Old 02-02-2023, 10:32 AM   #15
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Did you ever identifiy the manufacturer? I hope so - just be factual when present pictures and the story...
From cbennis's About Me, it looks like a 2021 Newmar Ventana.
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My purpose in posting this problem was to see if there was anyone else who might have a similar issue. I didn't state the coach manufacture or model because I didn't consider it relevant, since any RV could conceivably have the same issue under the right circumstances.

Like I said earlier. I find it hard to believe that the issue is unique to my coach, especially given the extensive rework that was done trying to solve the problem. The coach was returned to the factory and it took them 3 months to do the work. Yet it has happened again. So there is either a material defect or a (paint) process problem.

By the way, someone mentioned earlier about paint curing - the answer is no, I have never waxed or otherwise had anything done to the paint. I have thought of this though, since both times the coach was painted sometime in September and I brought it home in October, just in time for our rainy season. Maybe I should get it painted in March or April next time, if I can.
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Don't know if it helps, but here is one company's take on osmotic blistering

It's from Crane Composites who has at least supplied Winnebago with some products over time.

Now that makes sense to me. I have painted a lot of vehicles and have never heard of this before. The moisture is coming from inside the walls. How it gets there is the mystery. It may come from inside if it is 100% humidity every day. We hope it isn't a water leak because the walls may get ruined in a short time. I think I would try covering it and hope to keep most of the water off it. I would be concerned about holding in humidity if that is the real problem. That is almost a coin flip.


I wonder why the walls were replaced on a 2021 motorhome. It must have been another water issue. Sounds like a possible lemon.
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