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Re: Leak near main cabin port lights on E32

awahl - thanks for the sketch, that gives me a better idea of how to attack. After recaulking with 3m4000 the leaky area seems dryer but I need to really dry it our with a fan for a day to be sure. I like the dry erase marker idea from Sammyo, I'll try that next time I'm at the boat.
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Re: Leak near main cabin port lights on E32

Well after a couple of months it looks like recaulking the toe rail did the trip. no dampness coming in from what I can see & feel.
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Re: Leak near main cabin port lights on E32

glad to hear it-

we still have a couple of leaks we're trying to track down but nothing major. i do some surgical strikes with butyl tape every so often- planning on doing every screw in the toe-rail eventually...
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