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Old 03-26-2015, 11:44 AM   #1
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Window Leak?

My 2010 Classic Limited (27' Front Bedroom) is collecting water in the rear window channel (above the dinning room table). It appears to be coming in on the lower left corner between the window gasket and the window.

I need instructions on how to replace the gasket. The new gasket does have an adhesive strip. The issue is the corners. The corners require a 45 degree cut and the old gasket seems to have some sort of glue attaching the 2 pieces in each corner (except the lower left corner).

Any suggestions on adjusting the window latches for the "proper" tension would also be greatly appreciated.

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