02:23AM | 12/30/06
Member Since: 12/29/06
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The small window above the larger window leaks in one spot when it rains, dripping down over the blind. My husband has taken the trim off and you can see the drip, but he cannot locate outside where it is coming from.



10:22AM | 02/06/07
Member Since: 01/30/07
29 lifetime posts
How long has this been happening? What region do you live in and what type of construction is your home? Is it relatively new or is it an older house? The water may not be coming in from the windows. It may be running down the inside of your walls and just escaping at that part of the window. Is the outside of your home sided, wood, painted?

Forgive me for bombarding you with questions. It's just in order to try and help you as best as I can those are questions that need to be answered. Others who may be able to help will want to know that information as well.


01:47AM | 02/12/07
Member Since: 12/29/06
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We live in Arkansas and the house is about 9 years old. This started approximately 6 months ago. My husband found a small hole under the flash and caulked it. That helped some, but it didn't take care of the problem.

Thank you for your reply..



01:48AM | 02/12/07
Member Since: 12/29/06
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I forgot to to tell you, the house is all brick...



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