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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
from leaking?
3. What can be done to stop water leaks?

Thanks for your help.

Ed
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.
B.
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.
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