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Old 06-13-2014, 11:21 AM   #1
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panoramic window seeps water inside

I have a 2010 flying cloud 25ft FB. The door side rear window seeps water into the inside tray. Not very much but when i wash it is wet. Any ideas how that water ends up in that tray. Looking at the outside of the window the seal looks good. I am unsure if water is getting behind the walls. Any ideas?
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Old 06-13-2014, 11:48 AM   #2
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I have a 2010 flying cloud 25ft FB. The door side rear window seeps water into the inside tray. Not very much but when i wash it is wet. Any ideas how that water ends up in that tray. Looking at the outside of the window the seal looks good. I am unsure if water is getting behind the walls. Any ideas?
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The leak could be from the window gasket, the window exterior seal, the clearance lights, or a seam in the segments.

Carefully, apply a small flow of water to each of those, starting at the bottom and see which one leaks.

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On my '07 the leak looked like it was on the pano but it was actually the hinge for the solar guard on the middle window. Check where that high is screwed to the shell.
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