Just brought out the TT from winter and saw this when I was walking thru. I’m fairly certain this is from a loose window seal, given its position.

Is the SOP for this to cut out the damaged area from inside the RV, confirm the problem and then replace the section & rewallpaper?

I’m going to reseal the window seams outside and check the roof for any issues, but figured I’d get some extra eyes on it if possible.


Remove wall panel, remove/fix water damage, fix where water is coming in, replace insulation, install new wall panel, hopefully your wall panel has wallpaper on it.

Don’t go cutting that whole section out…


Is it a standard framing type wall with studs and insulation?or the more common these days pressed foam?

Source: Water from the window?

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