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Old 07-17-2022, 11:04 PM   #201
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Does anyone think a lawsuit can be pursued over the lame floor construction problems so many owner's are having?
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Old 07-29-2022, 01:19 PM   #202
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Just discovered in my 18 Passport 2400BH

Well, I've got the dreaded floor issue. This thread has been a treasure trove of info. Has anyone had luck getting this fixed a year after their 3 yr warranty?

I peeled the flooring back so it can dry out. I just can't belive that a half hour driving in the rain would result in this much moisture. If it dries out, it confirms the road spray diagnosis. If not, I keep looking... Maybe I can use this to convince the wife to sell the camper...
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Old 08-03-2022, 11:45 AM   #203
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Turns out I don't have the issue after all. Pulled the door, and found that the water was indeed coming from above. There was about a 3" section on the window above the door where the butyl tape wasn't adhered to the side of the trailer. I'll be watching it closely, but I think it's fixed now.

That said, I'm going to line my wheel wells!
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