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    3270 aft cabin closet leaking-gctid820600

    I have a leak coming from somewhere in the closet of the aft cabin that is soaking the monkey fir. I suspect it coming down through the window frame above.

    Has anyone else had this problem and what was the fix?
    "Martini's Law"
    1986 Bayliner 3270, 110 Hino's
    Nova Scotia, Canada

    #2
    I had that problem in my 3288. It was coming from the sliding windows above. I had to remove the trim and seal behind the forward facing seat in the salon area. Also, there are drain slots inside the cabin under the sliding windows that must be cleaned out so any condensation can flow out. The previous owner of my boat sealed these up so I had to clean out the sealant.

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      #3
      I had to remove and reseal the black plastic non window. Mine was poorly installed at the factory. I just pulled the 4 screws holding the trim on the forward upright and then the plastic slid out. Resealed cleaned the bottom track and no more leak. I did both sides.

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        #4
        just a idea, rear sink
        1988 3270
        135 hinos
        Seldovia ALASKA
        KEVINS UPHOLSTERY
        KEVINSBOATTOPS.COM
        Marine canvas/Upholstery
        since 1975

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          #5
          If the leak occurs while the boat is in the marina and the wind is from the stern, check the fit of the panels that form the aft bulkhead in the upper part of the closet. IThe bad fit was obvious on my boat when the closet filled up with snow last winter. The area behind the panels is open to the stern via the channel that lies outboard to the cockpit area locker.
          100T MMC 2307794

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            #6
            "lhighland" post=822697 wrote:
            If the leak occurs while the boat is in the marina and the wind is from the stern, check the fit of the panels that form the aft bulkhead in the upper part of the closet. IThe bad fit was obvious on my boat when the closet filled up with snow last winter. The area behind the panels is open to the stern via the channel that lies outboard to the cockpit area locker.
            Thanks Lynn. It was on the mooring. I did clean out the window channels. Wasn't much debris but maybe enough to clog a weep hole. Doesn't seem to be leaking now and I was even at the boat during a good rain. Weird.
            "Martini's Law"
            1986 Bayliner 3270, 110 Hino's
            Nova Scotia, Canada

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