Originally Posted by Jim in Pima
Well the rain has stopped, so have fans going in the unit to try and dry it out, I plan to go out and climb up and see what looks bad around the windows. Also I noticed the sewer vents are not capped??? Have the service manual, but it does not show the assembly. Worse leak is behind where the toilet goes?? No windows near there.
Take a sewer vent pipe cover off.
You should find the gasket very well cracked. They only last 5 years or so.
There is a simple procedure to replace them, and to properly seal them.
Check all the window, access compartment and entrance door gaskets.
If they have never been replaced, they are all bad.
Clearance lights can leak in time.
The "HUGE" problem is to remove "ALL" the exterior silicone, which will be a real pain.
The proper exterior sealers are Par-bond, and Vulkem, but they will not bond until you remove all the traces of the silicone sealer.
Those are the sealers that Airstream used, and still does today.