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Old 08-04-2018, 05:57 PM   #1
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Roof leak

Fighting a roof leak for two weeks now. Caulked everything I could find on the roof. We have had devastating rains the last few weeks. Got to the RW last night more water around the ceiling fan.
Got up there this morning with the hose. Block off the a/c, fans, antenna and skylight. Ran hose, more drips. Make a long story shorter, the vent caps were installed wrong from the factory. They should have been facing front but were facing sideways. Water was running down the roof and over the cap. Took the inside piece off, dremeled it to align the tabs so it would face forward. Put it back together and tested again, no drips. Did this to the front one as well. Check your vent caps, hold on to the bolt that holds it all together. Hope this solves my issue.





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