Originally Posted by iv nurse
I'll have to check that out. Thanks again.
Hello iv nurse,
We've had ours since 2011 and love the trailer. Last year we had a small leak develop where the rubber roof meets up with the cap and where the dicor ended. That seam is all dicor covered now. At the same time we also had a staple back out of the roof into the rubber cover. The rubber roof manufacture and the dealer advised against pounding the staple back in and simply covering the area with dicor, which was done and seems to be working fine.
Two things you might want to add to your check list would be to always check your back cabinet doors before fully opening your slides (I learned the hard way). If you have 6 volt batteries keep an eye on corrosion that can develop in the metal frame work that the battery boxes set on (in my case caused by overfilling the batteries). One last item I also keep a can of dry lube (liquid wrench brand) on hand for the slide seals.