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Old 08-26-2008, 05:54 PM   #1
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it finally rained in NC

Well, its been a long time in NC since we had a soaking rain (down pours and thunder storms don't count) and there they were, water leaks in the center moldings dripping on the floor. Right in the center of the kitchen of a 72 overlander. I've sealed the AC this spring so where next?
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Old 09-01-2008, 09:33 PM   #2
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It rained hard here in CO too and my 75 Sovereign has 3 leaks. I am trying to ready for a heavy winter. One is below a window frame, one at the intersection of the ceiling to wall finish material and the bad one is on the floor in front of the pantry area. We just bought this to put up in the mountains as a cabin and I am desperate for ideas since my hubby is out of the country. HELP!!
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Old 09-03-2008, 11:54 AM   #3
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Well, its been a long time in NC since we had a soaking rain (down pours and thunder storms don't count) and there they were, water leaks in the center moldings dripping on the floor. Right in the center of the kitchen of a 72 overlander. I've sealed the AC this spring so where next?
Have you checked the TV antenae? When I took our old antenae off the gasket underneath was totally shot. It only lasted 32 years, go figure.
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I'd check and maybe re-do the caulking around ANYTHING on the roof in that area.
And, you'd better hurry - Hanna is coming.
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Old 09-03-2008, 07:39 PM   #5
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thank ya'll for the info. I'll check the tv antenna, but I might not be able to make repairs until after Hanna. My niece (Hanna) just hates the named a hurricane Hanna
Well thanks again and take care

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