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Old 05-29-2013, 06:09 PM   #1
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Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Burson, CA In the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mts.
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Check your Keyless Entry Panel

There was a stripped screw on our Keyless Entry door panel and I decided to fix it today. After removing the module I could feel a very small amount of moisture in the foam insulation in the door. There was no caulking around the panel and with one of the 2 screws stripped I could understand the moisture. I had just finished washing the trailer for our next trip. After re-inserting the number panel and fixing the screw I caulked the joint between the panel and the door. All better now. Little things like this are so easy to overlook but attention to detail can save a lot of heartache and money in the long term. I also cleaned the roof and touched up the Dicor in a few areas and she should be good to go for the year.


Steve, Berne and Rascal
2012 Jayco 31.5 RLTS
2007 F250 Powerstroke
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