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Old 06-09-2013, 03:28 PM   #1
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Water Leak at Fridge vent

Pulled the rig home today from a Unit rally through pouring rain. When I got home I noticed a fair bit of water on the floor, originating under the fridge. Our vent is on the bottom with rodent screen on it. We live on a gravel road, so to keep dust out for the 5 miles, I usually cover with duct tape, then remove when I get to pavement. This is the first time I have seen water entering here, as we normally don't travel in the rain. Any ideas on a cover to be used to keep out the dust, and put on if needed to keep road water out. Thank you.
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Old 06-09-2013, 03:30 PM   #2
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I should clarify, the water is coming in below the fridge at the inlet FOR THE VENT. Thanks
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Old 06-13-2013, 07:44 PM   #3
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Same refridgerator vent leaking into undercarriage and inside after rain

Oddly, wel maybe not odd. I just had a 1971 safari delivered from Indianna in total rain to New York State. Unbenounced to me after the purchase of a "no-leak trailer" there were multipul, including a flod of water coming in from under the carriage into the fridge and cabinet to the right. Can't see under the door floor borads but I suspect it is everywhere.

If you make headway please let me know.

I will be opening that wall soon and will alert you of any findings

Good Luck.
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