Slide Awning as Bird Bath
In the first year we owned the TT, we got up on the roof and swept all the leaves, pine needles, pine cones, sticks, etc., off of the roof of the slide before retracting the slide in. That was not so fun, especially when the roof was all slick with dew in the morning – the time we had to be on the roof in order to meet the required departure time.
So we had the dealer add an awning over the slide this spring. This had seemed to work well.
We used the air conditioner a great deal this past weekend because it was quite warm and very humid. I noticed the slide awning was quite “bowed” and sagging when we were packing up yesterday morning. A small lake flowed out when we retracted the slide. I went up on the roof and condensation water had been running across the roof and pooled on the slide awning (you can see a small stream in the picture).
Has this ruined the awning – it sags quite a bit, far more than others I observed in the campground.
Did I level the trailer improperly?
Is there some way to present the condensation running across the roof to that side?
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