So, like I always do when I pick up something new or used, I tear stuff apart and look for problems before they happen. RV's are notorious for a multitude of things but leaking is a biggey.
I took the inner dome out of the skylight in the bathroom and the attached pictures show what is there, a possible problem. There is no doubt that condensation will occur on the inside of the exterior skylight, water will drip down and where's it gonna go, right into the roof cavity! It's nice and dry right now as the RV is practically new and not used, but over time I can see trouble. What should I do about it:
1. leave the inner dome off and finish the "raw" areas with similar material as the walls? Would this cause moisture to be trapped in the ceiling?
2. put some poly around the "raw" area and seal it off, and then install the inner dome again?
3. sell the RV and take up knitting
4. put it back together and forget it, then buy a box of beer and a good bottle of tequila and watch a hockey game with some friends.
2013 T21FD Northwest Edition Wildwood
2010 Duramax Sierra SLT