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Old 04-23-2013, 01:08 PM   #1
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2005 Sunseeker 2860 Class C Front Slide rainy weather water leak

We have a 2005 Sunseeker 2860 with the two slides. The front slide is leaking in the front area, It only shows up and the very bottom where the wall and floor come together. It leaks when the slide is out, our in. Level or not. We have slide toppers on it and there is areas where a silicone caulk has been applied prior to us owning the unit. I have removed the plastic insert pulled out every screw from the trim holding the rubber roof down. I applied silicon to each screw and reapplied them making sure that each screw was sealed. Replace brand new plastic molding and sealed each end. WOW where else can I look to stop the water before more damage occurs? There is a place that is rough about 4 inches from the slide at the top of the wall that I am concerned about so when I was any where close to it while removing the screws I noted that about 4 or 5 of them looked rusted. So I paid special attention and applied more silicon to the area.. What should I look at know!?? Phil
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