Hi, Was wondering if anyone has had a roof leak along the front seam? My T-2354 has been sitting idle since we went to Colorado in August and returned with the dreaded refrigerator recall problem. Now after having some really hard rains the last couple of weeks here, we discovered a leak in the front left corner ceiling in front of the cabinet along the interior seam. The ceiling is wet.
We had checked the roof seams and the dicor prior to our long trip to Colorado, and it didn't leak when we first purchased it and during our initial trip. The roof material seems soft compared to the other parts of the roof. Maybe that is because of the moisture trapped underneath in the insulation? I am trying to dry it out and was wondering where to look for problems, or if there is another way to fix it besides replacing dicor. thank you, ronny
P.S. About our defective refrigerator that thankfully did not burn our Sunline to the ground . . . we have the refrigerator out, have taken off the cooling unit, and are now ordering a new cooling unit for the refrigerator. The wood underneath the refrigerator is good, except for a ton of those mud dobber nests underneath. (It was almost solid mud)
After calling Dometic about the recall problem and learning they only install a safety shield to prevent a fire instead of fixing the refrigerator, I wanted to know our options. Dometic could not promise the same thing wouldn't happen to the new refrigerator, only that it would have a three year warranty. (I wanted to know if they addressed the recall issue, but got no good answer.) Replacing the cooling unit was the other option, and they would install the safety shield around the heating element after a newcooling unit was installed. After weighing the issue, my husband and I decided spending $500 for a rebuilt cooling unit that had a five year warranty would be a better idea than $1,200 for a refrigerator that might quit in three years just like the one originally installed and we would be back to square one.