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Old 08-06-2008, 11:57 PM   #1
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I was hoping to get some assistance. I am getting some water going through the storage under my wrap around couch in the cabin. Does anyone happen to know where that water maybe coming from? I thought it may be from the A/C unit, but am unsure.

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Old 08-07-2008, 04:31 AM   #2
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welcome to the zoo....I'm sure someone will chime in with a similar model..but from my understanding..the couch is on the stbd side...which in my mind is close to the belt line of the boat..where the top and bottom are joined...with that said....the rub rail is there to hide the seam...so..it could be the rub rail might need to be resealed...using an awl and a heat gun or hair dryer...warm the rubber up evenly...then gently pry the rub rail out.....don't remove it all..just the area you need to remove near the couch...then if there are screws..remove them and reseal with silicone sealant....then using a rubber mallet...bang the rubber back into the channel....

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Thank you Seapuppy, I appreciate your input. I was hoping that wasn't the case as I haven't done that project yet!
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rc..it's not hard...just time consuming...I've seen bayliner pull an entire boat's rubrail before and reseal the entire track....going back in is just an inch at a time....hope this helps.

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