We have a '94 Tioga Class C that collects water in the overhead sleeper area every time it rains and leaks out at the seams whenever we make a turn. I also found water in the storage bay that contains the electric hookup.
I have been up on the roof and can't see where the water is coming in and I would appreciate any input on where to start looking or experiences that you all have had. All of the windows and vents looked sealed. I was wondering if it could be leaking around the air conditioner?
I appreciate any and all help that you can provide and thanks in advance for your assistance!
Thanks for all of the input. I attempted to make the adjustments as recommended and the generator continues to hunt whenever I put it under a load. It may end up needing a new carburetor or simply an adjustment, but I think I will have to take it in unfortunately. Because we don't use it very often, it is not on top of my priority list, but I will let you know how it goes once I take it in. Thanks again!
I posted this topic a few months ago and since that post I have run Seafoam through the generator both in the gas and sprayed directly into the carburetor.
The generator starts perfectly every time and runs smoothly until I put it under a load. I have ran it for hours with an electric heater running and the problem is not going away.
Are there any idle adjustments or anything else that I should do prior to taking it in for what will probably be an expensive repair?
Thanks in advance for any and all assistance!