Attention jay flight owners. Do the following test. This can happen to you too.
I'm beginning to question jayco quality . Jayco just can't build the bathroom right.
Step 1 . Tilt your trailer to the left and back, for easy exit of the water leak. Depending on where your bath tub is, mine is on the back left side.
Step 2. Spray the bottom gap like the following video. Notice I don't even spray the vertical gap. If I spray the vertical gap, the water will flow out like a river. Why can't Jayco design this right ? Bathroom by nature should be impervious to water spray anywhere, except outside of the tub.
Step 3. watch the back left side of your trailer. You will see:
Message to the dealer:
1. Please lift the tub, and find all wood rot underneath the tub. This has been going on for months, I only notice this recently. Who would have gone out and checking out for leaks when someone is taking shower , especially for new , 6 months only trailer. I have trusted Jayco quality, mistakenly, unfortunately. I am confident that all the wood underneath the bath tub and wall surrounding the tub has been water damaged. Keep in mind I did check several times before, and didn't find the leak. That was because the water didn't get a chance to exit, and just settled, absorbed by the wood. Especially if the trailer is not tilted to the back-left
2. Find out why there is no flashing going up to the tub wall. According to Jayco there should be flashing that go up high around the tub wall.
3 Do not caulk anywhere behind the tub, as well as the wall joints. When the flashing is done right, just like a roof, no caulk is needed. My concern with band id fixing this by just applying caulk is just not right. A caulk will eventually give in to constant movement by the wall. And if a caulk is done behind tub / tub wall, then it is WORSE. Because I could not see that the caulk has give in since it is covered behind the tub / tub wall. It will leak again after a few long trip easily.
I want to able to test spraying all over the bath tub again after the flashing is done right.
Remember , the key is to find all the damaged wood.
This is bad, very bad, because if the trailer is titled to front right, the water will just spread through the front and right side of the trailer. No easy exit for the water. As a result, the water would have just been soaked by wood flooring.
I want Jayco to be responsible for all the wood damage.