Originally Posted by PSEYFRIED
Well...I'd like to say that my problem is fixed but I'd be lying. Went out yesterday after a good day of rain and found the cap full of water again. I saw the work that my service center did and it looked good. I going to check my side marker lights today and try to get on the roof and check where the awning arms are attached. I'm really at a loss right now. FR is definitely getting another call soon.
Just a word of warning, I had to redo all of the original caulking that the factory did on my sierra. I also used the EternaBond white roof tape and the self leveling caulking to seal the seam on the roof. But I believe that it was the caulking around the front seal that was allowing the water to get into my nose cone. I used two tubes of Geocel 28100v Pro Flex Crystal Clear RV flexible sealant to caulk both sides of the cap, marker lights and everything that I could see that looked like it might leak. I have learned, from this experience, to take nothing for granted when it comes to what the "Factory" is supposed to do. I really love our camper but I believe that Forest River is letting us down when it comes to really checking out their work on these campers.
Freddie & Linda
2015 Forest River Sierra 330RLS
2003 Dodge Ram 2500 4X4 Cummins Diesel
Days camped for 2016 - 46
Days Planned for 2017 - 118