johnschnee Posted August 1, 2016 Report Share Posted August 1, 2016 We ran into a bit of a "situation" this past weekend that has us a bit flustered & concerned: we arrived in our 2014 Fleetwood Bounder 35K at a campground here in Central PA on Friday and were assigned a spot that was a good bit un-level - leaning to the passenger side front a god bit. We were able to set up fine, but experienced a real "gully washer" rainstorm on Saturday afternoon, which, of course, was when we were packing up to leave! All was fine until I'd closed up the slides & retracted the stabilizer jacks, which returned the coach to it's original "un-level" state, at which time Sweetie-pie noticed we had water dripping from one of the ceiling lights directly above the passenger's seat! We've NEVER had any issues with water infiltration before, but are wondering if the retraction of the driver's-side slide (which seems to always hold quite a bit of rainwater) followed by the retraction of the jacks (which put us back into a tilt towards the passenger side & the front) may somehow be responsible? We may have gotten just less than a 1/4" cup of water through the ceiling around the light, but I've always been of the opinion that ZERO rain infiltration is BEST! If anyone has any experience with this sort of problem and has any suggestions as to how to remedy/mitigate we'd be VERY grateful! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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