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Old 10-20-2014, 11:03 AM   #1
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Bag awning moisture

Our pup is a year old now and I've noticed since the beginning that water gets inside the bag after rains. This year wasn't too awful wet so I dried it out whenever I needs to and we were out camping pretty often so that helped too. There are no obvious holes or tears in the bag.

It is a concern though. Has anyone had this problem? Any possible fixes I could perform. With winter coming on I'm considering drying it out good on a nice sunny day and removing it from the pup to store it inside. We will have the pup covered for the next few months. Inside storage if the whole unit is not an option.

Any thoughts welcome! Thanks!

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