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Old 04-03-2014, 10:13 AM   #11
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I called Alpha. They said that regular Dicor lap sealant can be used without problems. Said roof would deform at first and when dicor cured, the roof would lay back down like normal.

I guess Diccor it will be.

James
This makes me feel A LOT better. I picked up a tube of Dicor Lap Sealant for my roof recently, and I was afraid I might have to get rid of it

I don't know what roof I have (documents are in the trailer in storage), but I have a feeling based on descriptions that i have the Alpha...

Anyone know if it's safe to use traditional cleaners (like Spic & Span) on the Alpha roof? I haven't bought anything to clean it yet, so I'd like to know what I should get...
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Old 04-03-2014, 10:26 AM   #12
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This makes me feel A LOT better. I picked up a tube of Dicor Lap Sealant for my roof recently, and I was afraid I might have to get rid of it

I don't know what roof I have (documents are in the trailer in storage), but I have a feeling based on descriptions that i have the Alpha...

Anyone know if it's safe to use traditional cleaners (like Spic & Span) on the Alpha roof? I haven't bought anything to clean it yet, so I'd like to know what I should get...
From what I have read so far (and MAN have I read), Spic and Span is the thing to use. It says it on the Alpha instructions I got.

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Old 04-03-2014, 10:37 AM   #13
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From what I have read so far (and MAN have I read), Spic and Span is the thing to use. It says it on the Alpha instructions I got.

James
Whew! Crisis averted!
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Old 04-03-2014, 07:14 PM   #14
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During my walk through I asked what the cap on top of the tongue jack was for.
He said that was for the manual crank. I then asked where the crank was and he said they are usually in the basement. We looked and no crank.

He said that too many times kids void of attentive parents take them. So what did he do, he went over to another trailer and took the one out of it. I hope the person who buys that trailer has the knowledge to ask.
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Where is the PDI walkthrough list located on this forum?
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Where is the PDI walkthrough list located on this forum?
Here: https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/sh...ad.php?t=18379

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