Originally Posted by bamasurveyor
I don't believe there are "slight" roof leaks. And on a 2009 I would be taking it back to the dealer for a fix so I would have documentation on the problem.
While I'm sure you, or I could fix it, you really need to address and document it for the future. Better safe than sorry where water intrusion is concerned.
You are exactly right Bamasurveyor. I have let my local service center dissuade me from bringing my TT in to get several things done that they should be addressing, not me. I have much more faith in my repairs than theirs, but this does need to be documented through the warranty process.
I have called on some things that weren't right on the TT and the typical response is "all we are going to do is (insert repair here) and you should do it yourself to save a trip up here." Or "we don't have an opening for three weeks." I have fixed everything myself up to this point because I know it will be fixed right.
Excuse my rant here, but I also requested that they order the Dometic automatic awning kit to be able to lower one side so the water will drain off and they told me they ordered it on September 19th. Frustrated, I finally called Dometic myself last Thursday and they pulled up this dealer's account and said they haven't ordered anything in months.
I frankly don't trust them to do anything to the TT where my family and I sleep but my roof leak issue needs to be handled by them. Thanks for the advice, Bamasurveyor and pardon my rant.