Originally Posted by Mattman06
I think that snow melt running down the sides and something improperly installed on the side let the water in.
You probably are correct......
You need to determine where that water is getting in, do something to stop it in the meantime, and get it back to your dealer ASAP. If you can take about 100 digital pics before taking it to the dealer, preferably dated. Put a current days newspaper in the background of some where you can see the date on it, you may need the documentation.
Hopefully if it is a manufacturing defect, which I would expect it to be after seeing what I have seen lately with some of these 2016 units being made. Hopefully your dealer recognizes it as such and so does the manufacturer. I'd still go loaded for bear expecting the typical you did not maintain the sealant arguments. Unfortunately there is no telling how much damage is done in other areas without tearing into it some. With that amount of water coming in for ?? it most likely is not good. Sorry to say that but no way to sugar coat it.