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Old 06-06-2019, 03:10 PM   #1
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We have owned 3 FR campers finally found the right fit . We have owned the RBS192 since 2016 bought used 6 months old traded our R Pod 180 I could not use the bathroom in it we loved the pod but I am disabled . The 192 started showing these indentations a couple weeks ago I keep it waxed an sealed there are no indications of leaks inside and it is not soft just dented in I know I am out of warranty but did not expect this any thoughts we are going on our last trip for a while double foot surgery coming up please help.

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Old 06-06-2019, 03:15 PM   #2
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Scroll down past submit and choose manage attachments. Locate photo on your machine and select it. Don't forget to click upload then click submit.
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Old 06-06-2019, 04:10 PM   #3
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Is it possible something hit the camper? Hail? A rock? Tree branch? A misplaced foot when on the roof? A ladder with too much pressure when waxing or cleaning?
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Is it possible something hit the camper? Hail? A rock? Tree branch? A misplaced foot when on the roof? A ladder with too much pressure when waxing or cleaning?
It certainly looks like a misplaced foot or ladder with too much pressure. But, having the same camper (though a few years newer) I can say that area is too curved and far from the flat part of the roof. I would think a branch or rock would leave a scrape as well.
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Old 06-06-2019, 06:29 PM   #6
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I waxed the camper approx. 4 months ago not there nothing has hit it wasn't there a couple weeks ago we went to the beach for a week very hot noticed when we got home there are no signs of water intrusion have no clue what is happening upsetting I am sure FR will not help me insurance probably not if not collision related ?
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Is it possible something hit the camper? Hail? A rock? Tree branch? A misplaced foot when on the roof? A ladder with too much pressure when waxing or cleaning?
Wasn't there 2 weeks ago went to the beach noticed when we got back.
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I wonder if a dent removal tool could be used to pop them back out. Might be worth a try.
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Old 06-06-2019, 09:41 PM   #9
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Our old 2007 Jayco did exactly the same thing on the right hand side the year before we sold it. 2016. I could not determine what caused it and there were no signs of leaks anywhere when we sold it. Still a mystery as to what did it.
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I wonder if a dent removal tool could be used to pop them back out. Might be worth a try.
Going to try that today I believe it id heat related .
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