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Old 05-10-2015, 11:43 AM   #11
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We had the same water problem with our two main slides when travelling in the wet weather. It was found to be coming in from under the wheel areas at the front from the road spray. Had a couple more seals added
and hopefully that has solved the problem but yet to try it on wet roads.
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Old 05-10-2015, 08:13 PM   #12
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Janice, just got back from a four day trip and only let the slide in and out once. To take the camper to the dealer this Tuesday and hope he can reinforce the entire setup. Checked my brother-in-law's Bristol Bay and the slide flooring is much more secure. Surprised this Sabre Silhouette, we only had a little over a year, hasn't had problems before now as it's chipboard flooring with a light weight plastic seal. The slides are very heavy and that plastic seal will not take the weight. Just hope they can upgrade to something that will be more stable. Thank you for your reply as I can see how the seals would allow water to enter the camper Happy camping and hope you are problem free!! Makes for much happier campers.
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