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Old 08-13-2016, 02:44 PM   #1
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2005 jayco 186 feather lite sport- water leak at rear

Hi, want to see if anybody experienced a water leak at rear of a jayco travel trailer where the fridge, shower, toliet and sink are. I know this has a lot of areas that use water but I've discovered the whole back floor in my trailer is wet and damp under the vinyl. Under it I can tell it has gone corner to corner of th trailer end. Before I go further I wanted to see if anybody experienced a possibly faulty toliet causing water leak. Haven't used the shower in a while and I don't see any water damage from the walls. Anybody experience will help.
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Old 08-13-2016, 03:27 PM   #2
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First you have to isolate the problem. Does it comes from the inside plumbing or exterior window or roof. The Jay Feathers have sometimes a lot of self levelling "Dicor" built up over the years and water will pool at the back end. Best way is to remove the "Dicor" and use Ethernabond Tape over the roof seam. Be sure to clean the area of the seam thoroughly before applying the tape. Another problem area is the windows with their poor rubber seals. I have replaces all of them with an automotive seal.
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