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General Discussion / Oh crap, leaks!
« on: April 11, 2022, 08:54:11 pm »
Since bringing home my PC, the 1st really hard rainstorm hit last night into this morning &, of course, now I find leaks.   First I heard a drip coming from near the driver's side step well.  I look up & found the headliner above that side of the dash pretty dang wet. Wet enough to drip into the step well.   I checked the inside of both the small cabinets to either side of the TV & I could feel those headliners were damp & there were some drips of water on the bottom of the cabinets.

The problem is 2 fold:
1. It's parked in my driveway with a nose low, 1 bubble completely outside the circle, off level.  The only way to make it actually level, even with boards under the jacks, is to take the front wheels off the ground by a good bit...which I don't want to do.  I know I CAN have them off the ground (the parking brake is on & I've got heavy chocks in front of the rear tires, but I don't want to.  It's also less than half a bubble low on the driver's side, which is the reason the water is dripping in on that side. It's being channeled there by that lean.
2. I got on the roof during a lull in the rain & found cracks in the seals between the cap & the roof, especially where it makes the curves to meet the sides.  Just to see, I checked the rear cap & found similar separation in places.   This is completely on me.   It was 17 degrees the day I originally looked at it & it was 32 degrees with 15-20mph winds the day I picked it up so I didn't get on the roof to make a proper inspection.  I take full responsibility. Otherwise, I would've caught this.  I did check inside all cabinets both when I first saw it & again when I picked it up, but those front cabinet headliners didn't have stains nor was there any water spots on the cabinet bottoms.   If water did get in before, it was dried & not noticeable when I looked inside all the cabinets both times.

It's going to rain, & somewhat heavily, for the next 2+ days.  Unfortunately, because of the nose down position, that rain is going to keep getting into the roof cracks & into my coach. :'(

Any suggestions of what I can do until I can get it back to the dealer to fix?   I'm actually a bit sick to my stomach about this because I know what damage water infiltration can do & I don't know how long this has been going on.   The dealer got it in December, put it on their website in January, I bought it in February but just picked it up about 10 days ago.   There's been all kinds of rain/snow/ice on it in that timeframe.

General Discussion / 4 way water distribution panel question
« on: March 20, 2022, 06:57:58 pm »
I have a new to me 2016 PC 2350S (manufactured in 2015). For those of you with a 2015 or newer PC, can you tell me what the Winterization & Normal settings mean on the water distribution panel?  On the 2015 brochure it's noted a *NEW* feature.

There are 4 settings: City Water, Tank Fill, Winterize, Normal.   The 1st 2 are obvious to me. Those have been on all my RV's for the past 20 years so I know what they are/do.

I can't find any literature, either in my portfolio of manuals nor online what those other 2 settings do.  I can "guess" at what Winterization means, but have no clue what Normal means or what it does.

Thanks for your help.

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