Originally Posted by Pschmid
thanks for the help. I am trying to get it dry now and see if I can start running different plumbing fixtures to see what leaks. if nothing does, I'll get back on the roof. it looked good.
I was hoping that by going with a new unit I would avoid some of this headache! I barely enjoy the reasponsibilit of owning one home!
kids are loving it.
The leak is coming from the joint outside where the bumper box meets the body. There is no sealent under the trim strip.
Here's what I found when we removed the interior and flooring, from a 2002 CCD.
The OSB board was taken out in a bucket as there was nothing left of it, front and back.
With the floor out I sprayed the joint outside with a hose and the water spayed right through to the inside. Not only that there is plastic on the bottom of the OSB and a vinal floor on top, so any water that gets in is trapped in the wood.