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Old 08-23-2015, 07:10 PM   #11
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I fixed the link to the where OP meant to link to.

OP the link is causing confusion as to what you are asking. It would be simpler if you posted pictures of where you suspect you are leaking. If you are seeing bubbles with soapy water then that is likely your leak point. A leak can happen on any trailer. All it takes is one seem needing a caulk touch up.
Thanks, but not seeing confusion, just a faulty link.
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Old 08-23-2015, 10:50 PM   #12
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The factory put a label on the control panel cover saying something like:
Check all exterior seals and seems every 90 days and reseal if necessary.

Igray I know you're using the right product, but for those new to rving:
Do not use silicone or acrylic based sealants on exterior seems, always use Dicor or another product recommended by the trailer manufacturer.
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Old 08-24-2015, 09:17 AM   #13
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The factory put a label on the control panel cover saying something like:
Check all exterior seals and seems every 90 days and reseal if necessary.

Igray I know you're using the right product, but for those new to rving:
Do not use silicone or acrylic based sealants on exterior seems, always use Dicor or another product recommended by the trailer manufacturer.
Great point, self-leveling for your flat roof areas, non-self leveling for roof areas connecting to sidewalls...as self-leveling may run down the side or be there to catch the run...self-leveling will dry pretty fast in summer sun.
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Old 08-25-2015, 08:38 PM   #14
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Quick update on my cracked skylight. I sent an email with pics to the service manager at my dealer. I cc'd Matt @ Dynamax. Matt replied before the dealer and stated that if it hadn't been claimed already they would take care of it. I called the dealer 2 hrs later to see what they found out. Matt had "replied all" and with that email in the file, the dealer ordered the replacement skylight. 😁
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