Originally Posted by Tego
He also insists that it has an AC that runs on propane. Is that possible? He says there is evidence of a couple previous roof leaks which he says are repaired.
Heads up on the leaks. He may be honest that the leak was repaired, and to him it is fixed as he may not know what can happen inside the walls/ceiling etc. But.... you really need more info before buying.
Where was "each" leak?
What did they do to fix each leak?
How long was it leaking for?
Did they take apart the wet area inside the walls and or ceiling to remove wet insulation or wall board? Or just stop the leak and it felt dry so they did not take it apart.
If it was fixed right, then this may not be an issue. Fixed wrong it can be a camper rebuild project after you find out the walls are rotted inside.
Water leaks into the camper is one of the biggest concerns on used camper. Even some new ones...
Are you handy with wood working and have the tools?
Jim44646 has used a moisture meter to help cull out issues. See this post http://www.sunlineclub.com/forums/f6...ons-15428.html
Jim talks about the meter. This may help you sort this out.
Good luck and hope this helps.
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