Awning Drip Help
I have a White Hawk 26SRK with a Colorado power awning. When the awning is extended and its raining, there is a constant drip of water coming from the rail the awning slides into, toward the middle of the awning. Apparently, the water is seeping around the awning vinyl, in that channel, and dripping down very close to the side of the camper. Obviously that's irritating as the purpose of the awning is to keep the stuff under it, dry.
I thought about running a small bead of silicone across the entire top of the awning where it attaches to that channel, but noticed the awning actually has to pivot slightly in the channel as it is opened and closed. There doesn't appear to be anything different in that drip spot than anywhere else along the entire rail to cause it to drip right there.
Any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated.
Mike & Theresa, Madison, WI
2012 Jayco White Hawk 26SRK
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