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|Repairing water leaks in Award Travel Trailers||Ed||8-13-03|
|I have a 30 Foot Award Classic with leaks. My questions:|
1. How is the outer "skin" removed?
2. What can be done to keep windows
3. What can be done to stop water leaks?
Thanks for your help.
|Re: Repairing water leaks in Award Travel Trailers||jerry guinn||12-9-07|
|I need a manual for 1995 award classic travel trailer, any help will be greatly appreciated|
|Re: Repairing water leaks in Award Travel Trailers||Barbara Burke||10-13-03|
|Am wondering if you ever received any response to your question, posted last August. We also have a 30' Award (about 12 years old), which my parents bought new. We have discovered a serious problem caused by a leak under the front window and are afraid the wood is completely rotted. Think there is also a leakage problem from the shower. Would really like to hear that you found a way to make the repairs you needed. |
While we love the look, and towing ease, of our Award, we don't find that it was built for ease of maintainance.
|Re: Repairing water leaks in Award Travel Trailers||Don Shippit||1-11-04|
|Shower stall leaking, think were looking for a new insert, as its leaking from the bottom right hand corner of stall. We have a 90 Award trailer 30' in exellent condition other wise. Is it possible to fix leak, if not where can I get a new shower stall to fit in our unit. Thankyou for any info you can send our way.|
|Re: Repairing water leaks in Award Travel Trailers||Walt Hoefer||11-8-03|
|I have a 1993 Classic 30. I sealed the front window with black silicone from the outside. It has worked well for past 3 years. Also sealed seams on roof with white silicone. Love the trailer and hope to keep it for a long time. I scaped out old caulking on roof seams first.|