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Old 04-27-2018, 08:04 AM   #1
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Standing water

Does anyone else have standing water on the roof after a rain? It's not allot. And I can't find any leaks inside the coach. I'm concerned that it's a precursor to future problems.

Anyone with suggestions? I don't want to replace the roof obviously. But I also don't want to have worse problems later.
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Whereabout is this standing water? Over a seam or joint? If so I'd make sure whatever sealant was used is still doing its job and not deteriorating to the point it could start to leak. If the water is simply pooling where there is no seam or joint its not an issue. I can't see them putting on a membrane that's not waterproof.
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Standing water on the roof indicates a low spot. I'd sure check it out and keep an eye on it.
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How deep is this standing water, if your MH isn't level or just a natural lower spot on your roof maybe it's okay, but as stated above keep an eye on it.
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No leaks? Great. If you have a leveling system tilt the vehicle so it runs off. Then level it back up.
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Always good to know the make and year of your coach
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It's in the op profile.
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