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Old 01-04-2016, 05:22 PM   #1
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Slide Leaking

I have a 2015 36 CKTS. My wife just pulled the sheets off and they are wet at the headboard. The headboard itself is also wet. I have slide covers. Anyone had this problem?
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I have a 2015 36 CKTS. My wife just pulled the sheets off and they are wet at the headboard. The headboard itself is also wet. I have slide covers. Anyone had this problem?

Could be condensation not necessarily a leak....outside walls get cold and damp
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This time of year I'd go with condensation as well. Several of us run dehumidifiers as winter camping creates a lot of moisture inside an RV.
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