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Old 10-22-2009, 02:38 PM   #1
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OK I have a Zinger 32QB with a super slide, I am trying to find a pesky leak. I appear to be getting water coming from somewhere in the front corner by the slide (the corner just to the left of where the TV is located and to the right if you are inside looking at the slide). It does not appear to be coming down the wall (the wall is not wet, just the corner where the carpet is located is wet). I feel like it has to be coming from some where around the slide. Just wanted to see if anyone else with the same model could shed some light on this if they had a similiar issues and resolved it.



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Old 10-22-2009, 04:21 PM   #2
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I don't get water in mine but you might try having someone else with a hose and light spray nozzle gently wet it down while you investigate from the inside. It could also be from tire spray when you drive in the rain. My initial guess would be the seals/slide needs adjusting.
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Old 10-22-2009, 11:16 PM   #3
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The only time my slide leaked in ,I had my slide side high the water laid next to seal. Make sure you don't have junk on the roof that can get under slide seal. Did you close slide with water on roof?
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just a thought, when i set my trailer up i always have it pitched towards my slide. (just a little)so water wont run back towards my trailer. does it always leak?
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Is it a leak while the camper is stationary? Or from driving in the rain? Is your shore power cord stored under the TV? If so, what about the exterior access door for the power cord or the cord itself if the rig is stationary? If the problem is while driving, then air pressure on the rig may force water past the slide seals or elsewhere. If you travel with the range vent cover unlatched or a roof vent slightly open that will just increase air pressure elsewhere.
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