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Old 12-02-2013, 11:45 PM   #1
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water intrusion

I have a 2007 Georgetown XL 359TS. I have a water intrusion on the driver side rear slide. It appears like the slide is not all the way extended because it appears to be on an angle looking at it from the outside. Should the outside edge of the slide be straight up and down, or should it look like its angled in towards the top. Any ideas would help.

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Old 12-03-2013, 08:21 AM   #2
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Best way to check is to look at the trim inside and see if it has the same reveal, or gape, all the way around. If it is even then the slide is square all around. And, if you are talking about the bedroom slide...then it will appear to be angled out from top to bottom, at least on our model year.

The next step would be to check all the seals around the slide for rips, tears, folded or just plain missing. Good luck.
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