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Old 06-08-2017, 02:36 PM   #1
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2011 Liberty Edidtion 310 bhds "Roof Window" Leak??

I have a 2011 Libery Edition 310bhds that has the "Roof Window" on the dining room slide roof. This weekend, it rained and I noticed that there was a puddle of water on my dinnette from it leaking. Any suggestions on what to use to re-seal it?

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Old 06-08-2017, 02:47 PM   #2
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Typically, for a roof vent or skylight it would be Dicor Self-Leveling Lap sealant. You'll want to remove the bad stuff or anything that looks like it's compromised and lay down a new bed to seal it up.

It might help to post a photo from the roof of the area so we know for sure what you're looking at.
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Typically, for a roof vent or skylight it would be Dicor Self-Leveling Lap sealant. You'll want to remove the bad stuff or anything that looks like it's compromised and lay down a new bed to seal it up.

It might help to post a photo from the roof of the area so we know for sure what you're looking at.
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That's a tough call. Is it silicone? It looks partially clear (yellowed from the sun possibly) I don't think I've seen anything like that on a roof before.

It looks like a piece of Plexi just laid on the roof and sealed down.
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That's a tough call. Is it silicone? It looks partially clear (yellowed from the sun possibly) I don't think I've seen anything like that on a roof before.

It looks like a piece of Plexi just laid on the roof and sealed down.
Not sure if it's silicone...never saw anything like that. They used the same thing around the skylight inn the bathroom
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Does it look like the same thing that's around the plumbing vent?
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