I have a Rockwood SS. There seems to be movement between the front cap and sides on both sides of the front when I am pulling it. I have to recaulk both front corners after each pull. I am using the recommended rubber caulk. The movement seems to be just enough to break the caulk seal. Just wondering if there is some other method of permanently sealing these areas. Thanks
I would look for more than just the caulk, there has to be something loose that lets the cap move. I would remove some of the pinch molding and look at the screws to see if the are attached to the main body. The pinch molding is easy to remove and replace.
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On Ford II (our Jayco Eagle) the 10 sheet rock screws that held the bottom of the front wall sheared off allowing to bottom edge to work forward about 3 inches away from the floor frame. That left a gap in the front storage area. Was lucky nothing, that I know about, fell out.
I first noticed the problem when I saw that the lower front corner edge had seperated the caulk.
That was a dealer repair since it was way past anything that I wanted to tackle.
Recommend that you check real close to find out why your problem is happening.
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I'm wondering if the inside frame has become detatched in some way. Cabinets also help to keep things square. The only recourse is to open up the seam to find out, unless you can reinforce the corners from the inside to minimize the twisting.