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JAG1

Hard to find leak in my camper

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Original question for a way of finding leaks. :doh:I now think I found it.Thanks in advance for any help/ advice.

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I did this test about 4 years ago using a furnace blower. It works very well. The leak is coming from the Battery door frame.Anyone know any sealant / caulking that works on polypropelene plastics. Like to seal that to the camper body and then seal the door frame down over. This would make for a double seal.

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Well your suppose to use caulking tape for it but... Me I've been using clear silicone around all the joints and seams of my RV. It got a fiberglass body and silicone seems to adhere just fine to it. The only trouble with silicone what ever color it tend to hold on to road dust rather well making it stand out more but after washing it the RV it tend to disappear again...

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