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Old 11-04-2011, 11:38 AM   #1
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Access door leaks

I have a 2007 27' Safari SE FB Twins. It has three access storage doors, port, starboard and forward. When it rains the top of the door's leak. Water leaks to the backside (inside) of the door. Since the bottom gasket seals well the water tanks up, and overflows to the inside.

I am thinking a fix would be to add an extra gasket on the door top and sides so that it seals better. Also cut weep holes in the bottom gasket.

Does anybody have another fix for this problem?

Has anybody tried my proposed fix? Dose it work?

Thanks,
Hank
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