I'm a new owner of a used LGT 27P which I purchased privately and thought it was a great purchase. Unfortunately my rookie experience in purchasing a TT is REALLY starting to show
I brought this home in April and didn't use it until the end of May which I when I started noticing the issues. The first was the street side front storage compartment door, after a heavy rain I noticed that there was water inside the compartment. So I replaced the seal, did a water test and everything seemed to be good. Just recently I had water in the compartment again and this time I was able to see that the door wasn't sealing at the top. A water test this time was as if there wasn't even a seal. After speaking to a local dealer I decided that the best option was to break out the body hammer and carefully adjust the inside lip to ensure that I had a good seal around the entire door. I also chose to extend the rain gutter spouts to keep the water from coming down over the compartment doors. Several water tests later, even with direct pressure I now have a good seal. I then found that the front window was leaking, removed the old foam seal and replaced with butyl tape, proflex on the outside for good measure. So then I thought to myself, if that front door had been like that since 06...a close look at the floor and it's soft about four feet back from the front on the street side, I also found a soft spot under the curb side front window. I now plan on replacing all the window seals, I have re-sealed every exterior seam, and resealed every seam on the roof except for the AC. It looks as though removing the front queen and cabinets isn't too bad of a job but then I don't know what I can do to repair the floor. Based on my research it isn't a typical floor, luan/foam/luan. Can I just replace the top luan? Is this floor repairable? I have contacted Jayco for the specifics about the floor but thought I was ask some experience owners as well.
Any help or advice would be appreciated,