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mwebber78 wrote:

I'm betting you've been leaking for a bit judging by the cracking and gap in the picture. I'd pull up the old caulking around that tack strip to fix it correctly.


I think it has, it was like that when I bought it. I have had it covered since I bought it. I have been waiting for it to quit raining to make this repair but that hasn't happened yet.

Will the dicor come off of the roof without damaging the rubber roof?


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