Front Storage Compartment gets Wet.
Hello everyone. Iím new to the forum, just found it and registered yesterday, but not new to Sunline. Weíre on our 3rd Sunline and have only owned Sunline trailers since we moved from a pop-up to a travel trailer. Never considered owning anything but a Sunline. Love the trailer, thought the world of the company and their employees. It really saddens us with whatís been happing to the company and the employees. Our hearts and prayers go out to them during this very difficult time.
Getting to my question. We currently have a 2005 T-280SR. Iíve noticed on 2 occasions a little water in the front storage compartment. The 1st time, the middle of the wall at the top of the storage door opening seemed wet but the inside of the wall was not wet at all. Weíve had it back to our dealership once for some warranty work on this. I have the trailer in winter storage now and was planning on having it back to the dealership to look at it again in the spring, since itís still within its warranty, but with the latest news about the company, it looks like the warranty period has just ended.
Has anyone experience anything similar. Iím planning to look at it again in the spring. Both times Iíve notices the wetness was after heavy rains and after weíve driven in rain. Not sure if itís from driving in the rain or if itís a seal. All seals, roof, around the storage door, etc. look good. And the dealership checked them out good when we had it in. The only thing is the storage door itself is a touch off center but the door seal seems to be tight.
Any thoughts or suggestions?
Mary & Tom (aka Hutch)
2015 Jayco Eagle Premier 361REQS
2014 GMC Sierra 3500HD 4x4 CC D/A
Sunlines: 2005 Solaris T-280SR; 1999 Solaris T-2670; 1998 Saturn T-24A