Did the Wash and Wax on the
Trailer a couple of weeks ago and found a couple of warranty issues I
probable wouldn't have found if I hadn't been up high looking over
Hosed off the roof and found that water pools
dramatically on our slide topper. Now I know they are to keep debris
out but they should also let water run off as well right?????? Anyway
because it is about 12 feet long the only way to get the water off
was to retract the slide and then let it out again and we certainly
don't want to have to be doing that in a rainstorm.
one was noticed the Dicor was pulling back from the front fiberglass
cap on the top and sides of the seam leaving a nice 1/4 inch gap for
water to get in!! Glad it's been so dry up here as it hasn't been an
issue. But really glad I noticed it.
Anyway spoke to the
dealer and left them with a list of a few other things we wanted them
to look at, such as furnace still smelling and soft spots in the
shower floor (poor support) and he said they would take a look. Told
me that the fiberglass caps were attached with self tapping screws
and a lot of times they work themselves loose because they were not
drilled first causing the cap to separate from the front of the
I says pardon, and he says ya it happens and they
just remove the old screws and drill holes and install new ones not a
big deal!!!!!! Well maybe not to him but.......anyway said they can
fix it so I will just wait and see.
As for the slide awning he
said they can probable tension it up a bit and that should fix
Anyway thought I would share in case anyone else cares to look at the front seal of the Big Brown Cap on their Sunset Trail Reserve.Now
to see how the warranty work goes????