Ok, time to beat a dead horse.
I see several people have posted having condensation in the skylight. I never notice condensation in my skylight util after it was replaced in February do to a recall. Since then we have had some good snows here and some cold and warm weather. I seen quite a bit of condensation build up. I talked to the people at the dealership and am told that would be common if using the 5er in the cold weather or I have a leak in the roof. I could accept this other that the fact that if you pull the garnish off inside you can see the condensation is going to go into the roof structure... Not good.
Forrest River had sent a replacement skylight to my dealer to have reinstalled. My concern is is this going to be an ongoing problem? I do use my trailer as late as November and as early as February, I am going to be using the heat.
Today I talked with Doug Fought at Forrest River and explained my concern. He commented that they have been using this skylight for quite a while and have not had an issue. He did offer to contact the dealer and see if they could find and install something that had a sealed penitration style of skylight similar to what a the exhaust fan might have.
I think everyone is being very helpful at both the dealership and Forrest River but I have to wonder what am I missing? My last rv was a 17 year old Damon Daybreak motorhome and I never noticed any condensation in that unit the whole time I used it. Do I have a different problem?
Sorry for the rambling but I tend to overthink things at times.
Jim, Julie and Rags the boss.
2015 Dodge CTD 3500 Bighorn pulling 2014 Wildcat 317RL. Life is good when spent with family and friends.