Bunk door leaking
I know many Roo and other hybrid owners have trouble with leaks on the bunk doors. In May I discovered that my front bunk door was leaking in the upper corners if the door. I took the mattress out and got inside in between the door and canvas while my DW sprayed around the door from the outside. It only leaked around the uppers corners. There was a noticeable gap between the door seal and the door frame about 3-4 inches on either side of both upper corners. Took it in to the dealer and they worked on it under warranty. Their solution was to slightly bend the edges of the bunk door at the top corners so that it sealed more tightly against the door frame. I was a little wary of the way they chose to do the repair, but I am no RV technician and it seemed to have worked. There was moderate rainfall a few days later and I saw no evidence of leaking. However, after cleaning my roof yesterday, I opened the bunk ends back up and there was about a gallon of water that had collected in the folded canvas. This was just from the water flowing off the roof while washing it. I am very careful about ensuring that no canvas or cables ever get caught in the seals when closing the bunk ends (learned that from this forum before we even took delivery of our Roo last year.) so I am pretty sure this is not the cause. We are out of factory warranty now, but my dealer told me today they would correct it under warranty since it is the same problem. My question is... How have similar repairs been done for other Roo owners out there? My dealer does not stock hybrids, ours was a special order, so they do not routinely work on Roos. I don't know if they called FR to ask how to fix the leak or if they just improvised. If anyone has had a similar problem repaired, please let me know how your repair shop handled it. I would appreciate it!
Michael, Cristina, Anthony, Cocoa Puff, Cookie, Blossom, Tosca, & Heidi
2012 Rockwood Roo 21SS