- Jul 18, 2017
I am not sure about that as I did not think awning rails, roof straps etc are not permanently sealed?I beg to differ on that. Most water ingress issues that are raised on forums such as this relate to awning rails, roof straps, window/door/rooflight frames etc. All of which are permanent sealed from new. Difficult to see where else a leak could occur other than the seal between any opening window/door and its frame
Our owner's manual states the following and it si very similar to other manufacturers;
This applies to water ingress through any permanently sealed seam joints.
It was my understanding that this applied, for example, wood bonded together. Surely if awning rails etc were permanently sealed, a lot of damage would occur removing the rail? Definition of "permanent" is "lasting or intended to last or remain unchanged indefinitely".
Happy to be corrected and my thinking amended.