Originally Posted by Sierra360PDEK
The leaky cap and roof bubbles along edge has been a known issue on the Sandpiper and Sierra lines. I had these same issues on my 360PDEK. I repaired the leaking cap by using Eternabond along the edge of the cap and roof line and re-caulked the seams down the side of the cap and side of the fiver. FR said the bubbles are cosmetic only but it is noted by dealer so if I have issues in the future I can fight it.
The water should I'm the cap should not damage anything as it just sits in the cap not touching anything. No problems see in mine.
Most units have problems hopefully you have a good dealer who will take care of them or just repair it yourself.
how could they say the bubbles are cosmetic? I would think that the glue is letting go. It took me over 2 years to get repairs done to mine. That's what stop me from buying a new unit. It seems we all have to go through this on any new trailer anymore....My wife like the Sandpiper line, but this makes you stop and wounder.
that's terrible that you buy a new unit and it's in the shop more time then being used, hope they get the OP'S fixed once and for all.