Unbelievable, my roof on my 2008 Jayco EXP 29A is still leaking
. We had a nice rain down here in AZ last night so I decided to check out our TT for any "new" leaks since my warranty runs out 4/12/12. Note: I just checked my documents from my dealer and counted that I've had my TT in their shop a total of 5 times since March 2011 concerning water "pooling" in the front storage compartment on the passenger side. Below is a listing (dates) of what the service dept. did to correct the problem:
Customer states puddle of water in front compartment, don't know where water is coming from. Service
: Flooded roof, sidewall, windows and compartment door; no puddles developed.
: Customer states water still getting in bottom front compartment. Service
: Tested again, found water coming in through opposite side maxi-store door - seal on top bad - removed old seal and replaced with new one. Tested - ran water on it for an hour.
: Customer states water in front compartment again. Service
: Ran water on outside of trailer, could not see any water in front compartment.
: Customer states Front Filon is "bubbling". Service
: Removed and replaced front Filon and decals.
As you can see, I've been dealing with this leak for a year, although it could have been leaking for longer. When the dealer replaced the front filon, we (dealer and I) were sure that the leak was corrected. When they had the old filon removed they said most of the hardware on the top edge of it was rusted. After picking it up from dealer the last time I was a happy camper, due to the fact I thought this problem was behind us by now. We had it for a camping trip after this last fix, it had rained, I checked the compartment and *?!#@ there's the water again! Took back to dealer:
: Customer states there is a water leak at storage compartment. Service
: Replaced compartment door seal. Problem should now be fixed.
Now, after seeing the water pooled up again in the same spot, I don't know what to do. I think I will call Jayco this time and see what they can do. I was wondering if anyone knew what the chances would be to have Jayco put a new roof on?
Anyone else out there had a problem like this?