Originally Posted by Randy P.
That wasn't meant as a definitive explanation of their procedure. I gave only a cursory description but even this simple test can easily reveal a leak. Heck, that's exactly what we tell people on this very forum to do all the time for leak detection. If a moisture meter is employed even better.
The point being, Casita
does test their trailers for leaks
and maybe if Scamp
did likewise they could avoid the kind of issues we've been discussing.
Actually, as best as I can recall, this is only about the 2nd or 3rd post concerning leaks
in NEW Scamps that I can remember, it's not like it's a common problem I don't think!
I think that the OP's leak story has to play out before judgments can be made. And, with what was called a tiny leak, that only showed up after raining all day, I doubt of anyone's leak test would have caught that.