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Bit of a leak...

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Old February 23rd 12, 03:02 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
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Default Bit of a leak...

When i got the van a few months ago it was bone dry allover, i tested it
myself with a damp meter & the wals floor etc all good.

I noticed last weekend there was a bit of wet wall under the wallpaper,
around the top seal at the front inside one of the lockers & a bit under the
window, too.

I want to nip this in the bud double quick, so i have installed a few 'damp
rid' devices nearby & it hasnt got any worse, but i'm sure it will.

It must be the seal that has let go.

I can sort the seal, but want to get rid of the wet before any damp etc,
sets in.

Any ideas?

2003 Bailey Pagaent Auvergne


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