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Old 01-11-2005, 10:52 PM   #21
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Thumbs up raining inside

Post update : today at 4:30 concluded that the antena base plate is not the leak ... covered everything accept that and we're good ...no more rain inside
I think the next thing to uncover will be the air conditioner.. hope you all stay dry.. thanks,
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Old 01-12-2005, 04:10 AM   #22
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Gotta love that plastic!

Glad to hear it worked for you. I am uncovering, sealing and repairing one thing at a time. I am pretty determined to do it once only thus the plastic idea. I'm not sure I'll have all of the plastic off when it comes time to camp but I am trying.
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Old 01-17-2005, 09:17 PM   #23
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Thumbs up raining inside

I decided that befor I expose any more suspects to the rain I should dry out the trailer went to the store purchased a small electric heater for 15 bucks and let it run for two days...every thing is as it should be again...
almost afraid to expose it to the rain .. however when I was on the roof scratching my head I remembered that; when I got home from our overnighter on newyears eve .. I had driven home with the top vent open... I may have loosened up some dried out vulkem around the vent, with the wind trying to lift it off the trailer.. I remember being glad it was still on and not broken. Hopefully this is the one.. In any case after reading all of the posts re: leaks I think I will make it a normal maintenance inspection item.. -DURING THE SUMMER ... THANKS AND STAY DRY... Dan.
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raining inside

post update: nothing forward of the ceiling vent leaks as far as I can tell
we are supposed to get rain saturday and I am ready with the vulcum they did have parbond and parlastic has anyone used the parlastic.? I'm going to expose the ceiling vent and go inside and wait ... ok you all have a dry weekend. I added a couple of photos the first one shows how low the trailer sits on the wheels and the second shows my new carpet and upholstery and dinet table top... I know I need new drapes ...
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this is the table top

oops sorry thats the old table top
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