Removing and sealing RV cabover windows

  By Chris Dougherty Chris Dougherty is a certified RV technician. Here is a letter he received from a reader while he was serving as RVtravel.com’s technical editor. Dear Chris, I have removed side and rear windows that have leaked but this front window looks to be constructed different. Glass and molding around the window looks more like an auto.... Read More

Lippert slideout adjustment

  Dear Gary, Can you explain the adjustment sequence on how far the slides go in and out with my Lippert slideout? The manual just says to adjust the jam nuts, but not which way. —Paul. B. Dear Paul, I checked with the Customer Service Manager at Lippert and evidently they’ve edited that user’s guide you sent me, to make... Read More

Metal roof sealants for RVs

By Chris Dougherty Chris Dougherty is a certified RV technician. Here is a letter he received from a reader while he was serving as RVtravel.com’s technical editor. Dear Chris, Please recommend your choice for metal roof sealant on my 21-foot Minnie Winnie camper. I have some roof leaking issues, mainly along roof edges. —Jerry Dear Jerry, Plain aluminum roofs on RVs... Read More

Stop water leaks with Seal-Tite Corner Seal

By Bob Difley Water leaks into your RV are not something to be ignored as the damage that can be done can be expensive and time consuming. It is important to stop leaks immediately upon discovery. There is a way to stop these leaks at the vulnerable corners where panels meet.  Seal Design’s new Seal-Tite™ Corner Seal tape is made... Read More