I have been busy getting our new to us Scamp
camp ready to camp. When it rained hard the other day, I put a tarp on the main part of the roof, but the front 1/8 of the trailer was exposed. When I went inside, I noticed water pooled up on the inside of track of the front bathroom, crank out window. I took quite a few photos of where I think the leak is happening. It appears water is going underneath or through the upper corners of the rubber seal (lockstrip is perhaps what it is called) on the top of the window. There was still moisture on those corners after a couple of days. When I cranked up the window and looked underneath the flap on the strip, you can see daylight through-into the main window. I was thinking about putting some sealant on the corners, but I would have to be very careful not to get it on the pop out window from below the seal, otherwise it would not open again. Any suggestions on how to fix this? Perhaps someone else has had the same problem? Is this actually called a lockstrip and do I have to replace it, or should i just try some sealer? Keep in mind there have been and are a heap of other problems with the Scamp
, quick short term solutions are preferred to lots of in depth labor. The only thing I have done so far, was poke weed whacker cord through the weep holes, but no significant debris came out.