We have a front window ( for the cats, you know), and after looking at your post I went up to clean it outside and, yeah, itís caulked solid all the way around. Never mind the gulf storm last week with 35 mph of wind and rain on the nose, think of the interstate at 65 mph.
You can see if Jayco will authorize a local mobile tech to do it. I would grab a tube of Clear GE Sillicone II and caulk it but you need to be careful to lay a neat bead without making a mess. Blue masking tape on the frame and window next to the bead lets you pull away excess smear after running down the bead with a windex-soaked fingertip. That caulk is commonly used around aircraft windshields very similar to the front of our rigs. No one will see it up there anyway (unless you have a cat....)
Joan & Angus Campbell
Building in Las Cruces, NM
2019 Pinnacle 36SSWS
2019 F350 DRW Lariat CC Long Bed Diesel "Sheila"
3 Chihuahuas and 4 cats
We don't camp, we don't glamp, we LIVE.