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Old 08-01-2013, 10:41 AM   #1
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bunk door leak

hello all
i know this was asked before but :-)
i have a 2007 roo 233 and i have a bunk leak i can not find anywhere where there is an answer is there any kind of fix i think it is coming from the seal at the top and also my front bunk is delaminating can someone Please help
thank you all kirk

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Old 08-01-2013, 10:14 PM   #2
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When you close the bunk end how easy is it to close the latches? If you have to push at all, something is keeping it open. First time we opened the camper (2nd owner) we had a little water.
Now when we close up we stuff and pull in all the canvas. The door latches close with no pushing which I think makes a better seal at top.

On a dark night take a bright light in the camper. Use a ladder to look for escaping light from the edges. If light gets out, water will get in.

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Old 08-02-2013, 02:46 AM   #3
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the seals are the first thing to check on older hybrids.
i have an '07 23SS and i check the seals constantly.
yours could be permanently compressed or cracked or torn.
second, is the door bowed in the middle?
third, check the marker lights above the bunk door. sometimes they will allow rain to get through the caulking.
fourth, are you sure no canvas got caught between the seals?
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