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Old 06-29-2015, 10:27 AM   #11
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I have the same problem with my TT. One fix that I've seen is to stick a length of clear vinyl tubing over the gutter spout and run the end of the tube to where it's not a problem.

Not sure of the best ID to get- looks like a 3/4" inner diameter tube would push onto mine about right. A 3 foot length would probably be about right to divert the water to the front or back of the TT.
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Old 06-29-2015, 10:36 AM   #12
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I have the same problem with my TT. One fix that I've seen is to stick a length of clear vinyl tubing over the gutter spout and run the end of the tube to where it's not a problem.

Not sure of the best ID to get- looks like a 3/4" inner diameter tube would push onto mine about right. A 3 foot length would probably be about right to divert the water to the front or back of the TT.
That is a good idea. I have a 281BHS and get the same problem. I can't even leave the storage door up as water will percolate through the hinge and then into the storage compartment. Very annoying when it is raining.
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I never leave it open. Mosquitos can find there way in and make it through the huge gaps next to the bed and end tables. That annoys me more than a bath I probably needed anyway..
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