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Old 07-31-2016, 10:41 AM   #1
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bedroom slide leak

We have a leak in our 2002 Georgetown bedroom slide. We have taken it in to be repaired and have spent over $1000.00 for them to put in new seals. We are on the road again and it rained last night and guess what, still leaking. We called the place where it was supposedly repaired and was told that the bedroom is off square, which is causing the leak and it would cost about $3,500 to get it fixed. Don't know why we weren't told that prior to the company replacing the seal because we would have put that $1000 toward the getting the slide back in square. Has anyone else had this problem and have you fixed it yourself. We bought the motorhome used about 6 years and have never had a leak up until about 6 months ago. Any suggestions would be helpful.
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