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Old 03-26-2016, 12:52 PM   #21
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Mattman06 thanks for sharing - though I can't say I've heard of a leak for that reason before. Maybe some of the longer serving forum members have???
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Old 04-02-2016, 11:40 AM   #22
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I had a leak after a heavy rain our our 3 week old TT. I initially thought it was from them adding a bypass to the HWT and being on a different angle the water pooled to a different spot.

During the next rain storm, I went out and saw a trail of water from under the slide. I was able to trace the water to a single missing screw on the rain gutter. During the second storm after I saw where it was coming from, I placed a pan to collect the water and it still had about 1.5qt come in after the hole was plugged.

It actually made it from the slide under the entertainment center and then under the front bed.

Definitely check on it often. I am ordering a cover to help protect it.
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