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Old 05-25-2015, 06:56 PM   #1
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In Fredericksburg tx. After monsoon rains water leaking in kitchen. Caulked hinge still leaking any ideas.
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Old 06-01-2015, 08:41 PM   #2
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In Fredericksburg tx. After monsoon rains water leaking in kitchen. Caulked hinge still leaking any ideas.
need more info...outdoor kitchen, indoor kitchen...where is is leaking from?
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Old 06-01-2015, 08:59 PM   #3
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Problem resolved by silicone. Outside kitchen was leaking from drip lip on top of door and main seal between door frame and camper. Thanks for the reply.
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In Fredericksburg tx. After monsoon rains water leaking in kitchen. Caulked hinge still leaking any ideas.
On my 2014 Wildcat 327ck the slide out over the couch area was flooded after a heavy rainstorm. The dealer looked at it and said the slider wasn't adjusted properly and the frame wasn't lining up. The flap part of the slider seal didn't make contact with the slider roof and allowed water to flow inside the Wildcat. I'm still waiting for a fix.
What Wildcat do you have? Does it leak by a slider?
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Problem resolved by silicone. Outside kitchen was leaking from drip lip on top of door and main seal between door frame and camper. Thanks for the reply.
Good to hear you got a fix.
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I have a 2015 wildcat 312 bhx. I had a leak also but it was on front bedroom slide. The first time they put a bubble seal on bottom of slide and it still leaked. 2nd time they resealed brackets and corners with a gasket tape material and installed slide toppers. So far no leaks on slide. It was tested pretty good in Fredericksburg Memorial Day week. Good luck with yours.
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I have a 2015 wildcat 312 bhx. I had a leak also but it was on front bedroom slide. The first time they put a bubble seal on bottom of slide and it still leaked. 2nd time they resealed brackets and corners with a gasket tape material and installed slide toppers. So far no leaks on slide. It was tested pretty good in Fredericksburg Memorial Day week. Good luck with yours.
Hey!! Good idea on having Wildcat to install slide toppers.
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