Complete camper noob here! Just purchased our first camper, Wildwood 29VBUD. We've taken it out 3 times already and haven't any issues, or so we thought.
Apparently the entire carpet on the 13 foot slide-out was sopping wet when my wife went in to prep for an upcoming trip. I do mean the ENTIRE carpet. From one corner to the other. She randomly went to get something out of the storage areas and noticed a bin being a little wet, thinking maybe our Kuerig had some water left in it. Nope!
I know the answer could be ANYTHING, but anyone want to guess where the water might be coming from? I also know water can be random, but is this in anyway common for a brand new camper? We have had it almost exactly 2 months and it seems it must have been leaking for a while. We hadn't had rain in a few days from when my wife noticed the water.
Worth noting, it's currently at the dealership, but to say we are pissed is an understatement. I wish RV's had lemon laws in all states like cars do!!
(Pictures included of the water seeping up the wood)
RVs are built by humans and humans are prone to errors. Add in rushing through a build and you're prone to more errors. Such is life with an RV. Fortunately, you found it fairly quickly and it can be dealt with. It sucks, I know but it won't be your last issue with an RV.
Most likely is going to be a window above or the edge of the slideout is letting water intrude.
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