Massive Leak while parked, and sloped downward to front
2007 Surveyor SV-192T
I had the trailer parked in my driveway, which isn't level. I also had the front end tipped down. The trailer was on a good angle, angled toward the front.
We just had a very heavy rain storm.
While trailer was parked, and closed up, I went into the trailer to see if anything was leaking, and didn't feel anything. But after moving the front bunk canvas around, about a bucket full of water was sitting pooled up in the canvas. The water came in at the top of the front bunk seal. While it was raining, I went to the outside front of the trailer, and water was POURING over the front of the roof like Niagara Falls and into the eaves trophs, and spilling over them. I immediately jacked front end of trailer up, and the water stopped pouring over.
Question. Should the front bunk seals be able to handle this amount of water flowing over the seals? Or was that amount of water, because the trailer was angle on such a downward slope just too much water for the seals?