Challenger 36TL Slide leak and wet walls
I canít figure this out... I have a slide leak when parked on a slant with the slides in. Front drivers tire is furthest uphill. Rear passenger tire down hill. I have a good idea of where the slide is leaking in the bedroom. What I canít figure out is... on our floor plan the bed is on the rear of the bus and slides out the drivers side. The bed is on the normal bed frame with curved laminate veneer. The veneer has water droplets that look like condensation up to 8Ē off the floor and the rear wall of the bus had the same droplets to 8Ē off the floor for about 2ft along the wall. There was a small puddle at the rear wall on the floor about 2 hours after a huge rain. This to me seems like it would be an overhead leak and the drops are splattering up onto the walls. My issue with this is, the top of the slide was dry, the rear window was dry. AND to top it all off the ďnight standĒ wall that separates the rear bus wall from the bed support veneered wall was dry on both sides. How in the world does moisture get on two walls but not on the wall between the two? Iím guess Iím going to have to set up shop I guess with a thermal camera next big storm.
2016 Challenger 36TL
2005 Jeep Wrangler Life Raft