well floor is done. I had to get inventive with the flooring under the washroom. Managed to vaccum and scrape most of the former wood out from under in segments then wedge and pound in replacements. Its better than it was when I started.
Today now that we can walk the entire floor it was find the leaks day. We pulled and resealed the fridge
vent only to find the vent was bigger that the frame the manufacturer had installed inside the trailer. For that reason only 5 of the 20 ish screws actually hit the frame. So we pulled the old frame installed a wider one and was able to install the vent with enough force to squeeze the butyl tape to form a nice seal. Also the galvanized vent had a hole in a corner that I cleaned up and used silicone.
Now its on to another culprit. The awning
attachment point. Whoever did the last install or repair did an interesting job I'm not sure how I'm going to manage making a seal as there is a huge void in behind the bracket that had been filled with what looks like pl premium and silicone.
Any body have any ideas to fill this void so it be sealed completely?
After the awning
I will be going after the side lights
. The vents look ok at the moment but I will check during the next rain storm. Being on Southern Vancouver island it won't take long for that to happen.
all the best, Stay warm and dry,