Originally Posted by rving2015
Let me rephrase my question being another rver said this should never happen. I asked if it was raining prior to you getting on the road because if it was and you had your slides out there will be water on the sides and tracks that the wiper seals will not catch as it happened to me during a huge down pour. Luckily I checked the flooring once I brought all 3 slides in and sure enough a small puddle of water below all 3 slides just from the drops of water left in the tracks, etc. If you didnt look at your flooring before getting on the road then you may think it was created while driving. Hopefully this helps others and saves time before you go through all the testing as another stated.
We started out dry one day, wet another day when we experienced the leak. We pulled the slide (full wall) in first thing. Dumped holding tanks, unplugged from power, then retracted the leveling jacks. We didn't have any water at that point. It was only after having quit a bit of standing water on the freeway that leaking occurred. Thanks for your input guys!