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Old 10-24-2015, 09:48 PM   #31
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I had an issue where the roof had a tear in it believed to be related to a previous repair. Jayco replaced the roof under warranty. I would definitely try and have it repaired under warranty. If the dealer states they do not think it would be covered then insist they try and submit it anyways. I had a previous issue where they claimed it wouldn't be covered and to their surprise it was after I insisted they try. Good luck.

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Old 10-25-2015, 04:33 PM   #32
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Still raining and still leaking. The towels we put down were SOAKED. Put fresh ones down with plastic under. Put a blue tarp over the rear edge and weighted it down with bricks. Tried to seal the top of the window with some butyl tape but it's too wet to stick.
I'm back to thinking it's the window that's the culprit. I can't see anything wrong with the roof caulk. We're planning a voyage to the dealer (Mesquite TX) this Fri.


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