Originally Posted by cmadmaxman
...On another note, I have found a small drain on the inside track of the front windows. This would have been a great idea airstream came up with, but a bad install has made it useless! When they put the trim around the window, they drilled holes in the bottom of the channel, so if water gets in, it will just run out of the hole for the pop-rivet!
Here is a couple of pic's of that.
Chris, were the pop-rivets installed at the very bottom edge of the channel? If so I can see why it would be make you a little
On the 345 I dismantled the rivets were higher up on the bottom channel so the rivets weren't a problem. However the problem I did find was the rubber hose that connects to the bottom of the drip tube was plugged which meant the water would back up inside the channel and then drip out through the pop-rivet holes!
It would be a good idea to make sure your drip tube is clear and not plugged.