Help! I can't find a water leak in my trailer window

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ckmontana

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Last summer, I sealed the roof of my 1990 Nomad trailer.  I found a substantial water leak in the front window, so I caulked around the entire perimeter.  However, water is still getting in through the window and has saturated the inside wood paneling.  For the life of me, I cannot figure out where this water is coming from!  Can anyone offer me some advice??  -Craig
 

rbell

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There are some repair shops that have a device that pumps a slight pressure in a trailer. They then put a soap solution and look for leaks. I can't think of the name but someone else may remember it.
 

ckmontana

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Yeah, a guy at the local RV dealer/shop told me they can pressurize the inside and then find the leak.  Maybe the best thing to do is just take it in, and have them find the leak for me....thanks!
 
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