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Old 03-16-2010, 02:10 AM   #1
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Water is draining from the roof down the back and it goes across the large window and leaves streaks anda dirty window. Can someone tell me how they have corrected this?
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Old 03-16-2010, 07:03 AM   #2
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Not sure what the roof line on your unit looks like but mine has a trim peice that sticks up about 3/16 of an inchwhere the roof meets the back wall. It forces the water to the sides. Plus my roof has a slight crown to it to force the water to the sides so it falls into thegutters. You might try raising one side just slightly on the back end.
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Scott, I will look at my roof line and see if if the trim sticks up as I can see that would make a difference. We can leave on a trip and by the time we arriveat the campground the window will need to be washed to see out of it.If it rains while camped at the site we will need to wash the window.
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Scott, the about 3/16 of an inchwhere the roof meets the back wall. It forces the water to the sides.Made me want to take a look, from what I see if I could in some way raise the back wall and have the water run to the sides would save the back end from being so dirty. Thanks for the Idea.

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Old 03-20-2010, 12:45 PM   #5
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try using the same caulk in cut the tip for a larger bead and run from one side to the other against the molding this should stop the water. also try to set your front slightly lower. I have been wanting to do this by the a/c so the water only follows the caulking to the gutters.
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