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Old 09-16-2020, 12:09 PM   #1
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Hello! We just purchased a 2018 Gulf Stream BT Cruiser the end of August. First Rv we have owned. We are the first owners of the Rv. We took it on a trip this past weekend and when we took our showers we had water coming from the bottom corner of the stall on the floorNot sure if we need to seal around the bottom areawe were not level if that might have something to do with it. Any advise on the matter we sure would appreciate. Then the next morning we packed up to leave and our storage compartments were not wet(at least I donít think so)It had rained for a good while on our way home. We stopped to dump and I noticed our storage compartments were wet inside So do you think it was because of the rain?? I mean it has rained since we had the Rv sitting in our driveway and it never got wetAny thoughts we would love to hear!

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Old 09-16-2020, 05:36 PM   #2
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well, how not level.. but i doubt that is issue..

could be the shower leak getting into compartment,, maybe a dealer can help.. or a handy
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Old 09-16-2020, 05:42 PM   #3
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On my older C, my storage compartments would get wet in the rain until I scraped off the old foam around the door seals and replaced it. $3 worth of foam strip, some acetone to clean off the old glue, and about an hour's labor.
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Old 09-17-2020, 05:04 AM   #4
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Not really unlevel��but you could tell I was slated��I have not got anything for leveling yet��*♀️unfortunately I dnt have any friends that know anything about this��you think its covered under warranty?
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Thats what I was thinking.. something like this covered under warranty you think? The storage compartments?
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can you access the area under the shower?? You may have to remove some panels. The drain may be leaking under the shower. Sure wont be the first time.

The leveling thig might just be coincidence. As for leveling, 2' 2 x 8' boards is a good start.
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What he said, look ay your drain first. Easy fix.
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I had the same issue with my Conquest of the leak under the shower. I found the drain was not tightened at all. Pull the shower surround and there will be able to access the drain.
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I had the same issue with my Conquest of the leak under the shower. I found the drain was not tightened at all. Pull the shower surround and there will be able to access the drain.
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Oo my...We are so not handy like this...ok
Thanks for the input.
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