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Old 04-07-2015, 05:50 PM   #1
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Living room slide leaking

Ok, we have a 2014 Gtown 360XL and the slide has leaked twice. We have camped in rain a few times and no leaks. But twice we have driven through rain and then alittle more rain after we stopped for the night and leaks.

Today the slide actually has water dripping from the underside edge in addition to water on the inside edge underneath the carpet.

In front of the fridge, under the carpet the standing water is actually discolored. Underneath the dinette booth and in the front of the couch the water is "clean".

I keep drying it up, running a fan on it to help carpet dry and even ran the AC for alittle while this afternoon.

Has anybody had this problem? Any clues as to finding where or how the water is getting inside is very much appreciated.

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Old 04-07-2015, 08:26 PM   #2
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Sounds like a bad deal, make sure that your seal is in the out position when your slide is out. If not this can cause a leak. Mine was doing the same thing. Forestriver replaced my seal, and no more leak.
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Old 04-07-2015, 08:42 PM   #3
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Thanks for the reply. After investigating most of today we are now of the belief that the water is coming from the line to the fridge. The one trip when it rained and we had no leak I did not have the ice maker on. Turned it on this morning and I frankly do not remember when I noticed the water on the floor. But it seems that the water has increased instead of decreasing since no rain since yesterday. Tomorrow DH is going to get up in the bin more and follow the line as far as possible. Wish us luck!
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