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What is the Size of The Skylight on a 1994 Georgie Boy Motorhome?

by Anonymous

We recently purchased a 1994 Georgie Boy Cruise Master Motorhome. The skylight in the shower area is leaking. Where can we get a replacement skylight? And what size would we need? The skylight that is there now is fastened down with screws. All the ones we have seen in catalogs are attached with a sealant, and we cannot figure out the size we need. We measured from flange to flange on the roof (19" W X 28" L).

ANSWER: I am afraid I cannot tell you the exact dimensions of your skylight. You might try looking for RV Skylights on eBay.

What you do not tell me is if the skylight is cracked, if so it should be replaced. If it is just leaking from where it is attached to the roof of the RV you might not need to replace it. You might want to try using Eternabond Roof Seal to repair the leak in your RV. Watch the videos below to see why I recommend this easy to use product.

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I hope this helps.

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