are the most likely location when you have a leak, and the worst because water can travel to any lower point depending on the tilt of the trailer and other factors. After dealing with leaks
in a NEW Scamp
I have concluded that because of this, there are two methods of finding and fixing a leak when the source is not obvious
1. Trial and error. Seal up or repair the likely and easiest stuff first, maybe 1-5 items at a time, and wait to see it the leak persists. Repeat as necessary, moving on to the harder to fix and less likely sources.
2 Over-pressurization test. Either DIY
, or take your camper to a place to have it done
It is my inexperienced opinion that running a water hose on the camper (usually in smaller areas in an attempt to isolate the source) is not usually very productive. I tried it once and got nowhere. YMMV.