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Old 10-14-2021, 06:47 PM   #1
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
State: British Columbia
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THOR #24142
water leak

We have 2010 FourWinds Chateau 29BG with the 3 slides. On the driver's side exterior there is an outside storage compartment under the slide. After a rain or washing, and the slide is closed, there is water leaking into this fiberglass compartment. This compartment is next to the generator compartment. In the storage compartment, there is a wire loom coming down from the top of the compartment and goes to a box which goes into the generator. The water is seen leaking down the wire loom. It appears the source of the leak is above the wire loom.

I ran water on the roof for awhile and didn't notice any leaking down through the loom but when I sprayed water along the slide, belown the window area, I noticed water dripping from the loom. I have removed the existing weathered sealant at the bottom of the slide where the horizontal slide molding is and replaced it with new sealant. After last nights rain, I still have a water leak although not as much as before.

Any thoughts would be appreciated.

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