We have a 2006 25' FB Safari and she was neglected for about 4 years, just sitting in the hot sun in LA with no maintenance whatsoever. So it was no surprise when she started leaking (the leak was in the hinge of the "glass rock guard" in the center of our pano windows in the rear -- one of the screws wriggled out and there was a huge hole left in its space -- all the other screws were loose too - anyways...).
So I sealed it up quick and fast with some kitchen silicone (I know -- it's bad stuff
but I had to do something until my Vulcum Airstream approved sealant came along).
That fixed the leak for a few months and now, every now and then the bugger will start leaking again but sporadically! Sometimes it will and sometimes it won't during our Seattle downpours. I don't get it.
Do you think the angle of the Airstream and the way it is parked could cause it to leak more or less?
Once the weather clears up I plan on sealing up wit Vulcum but geez -- it is so weird!