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I feel your pain. The next time perhaps consider taking an rv repair guy even if you have to pay them.  They can do a proper inspection on areas we would not have thought about looking at to determine if the owner is hiding anything.   Buying a used RV that's still in good condition can save you real money but sometimes the opposite can happen and you end up spending more money on repairs and leaks.  

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said this once before seems like the older Retros did not have the leak issues. Ours is 2013 and never has leaked .Also bought it use for about $4000 under blue book price. I did reseal wheel wells with auto undercoating. GBA!!SVJ
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