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Old 04-13-2018, 11:18 AM   #1
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Water Leak

Anyone have a water leak in the bedroom slide?It seems like itís coming in mid wall corner.I hate leaks as water can travel from god knows where.Just have to get out and have a look.I donít know if itís leaking with the slide in or not.Just curious if anyone else has this leak!
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Old 04-13-2018, 05:52 PM   #2
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I have not seen that one.. yet.
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Old 04-13-2018, 08:40 PM   #3
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I my TT I leaked from gasket or seal they never seemed to open all way started using handle from WD hitch to persuade them in right direction
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Old 04-17-2018, 01:51 PM   #4
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Hi,
I just had the same issue last night for the first time. We had our FR3 since 2016, and had rain before, but never leaked on the corner of the slide out by the bed. I think it could be a mix of very strong winds, sideways rain storms, and the slide out stoppers on the cables outside which are loose exposing a hole that leads to the inside mechanism of the slide out. I went outside in the rain and plugged both holes top and bottom cables with plastic wrap, and it slowed the deluge to a trickle. I will re-glue the stoppers and put some silicone between wall and slide out in the bedroom.
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Hi,
I just had the same issue last night for the first time. We had our FR3 since 2016, and had rain before, but never leaked on the corner of the slide out by the bed. I think it could be a mix of very strong winds, sideways rain storms, and the slide out stoppers on the cables outside which are loose exposing a hole that leads to the inside mechanism of the slide out. I went outside in the rain and plugged both holes top and bottom cables with plastic wrap, and it slowed the deluge to a trickle. I will re-glue the stoppers and put some silicone between wall and slide out in the bedroom.


I cocked all seams on the outside wall and around the windows...right on the edges of the headboard mid wall gotta be from the windows both sides..
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