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Old 05-28-2014, 10:27 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by parpar1 View Post
That makes me feel better.

It was alarming to us because in many spots we could just see edge of the window cut out. It looked like the seal was just barely engaging it. The seal looked grey-ish and sort of lumpy. So ya pretty big gap being i could see that edge pretty good. I am glad the dealer agreed to take care of us. Helps me sleep better at night. LOL

My last motor home leaked around the back window and delaminated . All i could see was that happening again.

Thanks for clearing that up.
Not sure you should necessarily see the opening. The rubber bulb seal is black...also not so sure about the "gray and lumpy part". Maybe you can post a picture.

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Old 05-28-2014, 10:34 AM   #12
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If you drew a line from the bottom of the rear window to the left, that and extending downward about a foot is where I sustained the damage. I don't have any damage immidiately under the window. I looked at the same wall in the outside kitchen and don't see any damage there. Just in the bedroom.

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Old 05-29-2014, 09:43 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by bclemens View Post
Not sure you should necessarily see the opening. The rubber bulb seal is black...also not so sure about the "gray and lumpy part". Maybe you can post a picture.

Morning BC, I will see if there is a spot i can get a picture showing what i was talking about. However I really dont think i can find a spot because i had them reseal the windows with black silicon. But maybe there is a spot they missed. I will try my best. I did try to take a picture last night of the gap sealed with the black silicon but you really cant tell what the heck is going on in the picture. I will do it again with the sun out today if i get a chance.

But one thing for sure there is no black bulb seal that i can see between the window frame and side body panel.

So now you have my curiosity. Do you have a picture or something i can look at showing the installation with a bulb seal?
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Old 05-30-2014, 03:41 PM   #14
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I wouldn't be to quick to discount the ladder. Watch the standoffs next time you climb and you'll see a lot of deflection.

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