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I developed a leak where the rubber membrane and the aluminum siding meet on the top front because the screws that held the trim strip down rusted out. As a temp fix, I used the eternabond tape. No doubt, that stuff is super easy and definitely works. Recommend everyone keep a roll around for emergencies.
Later, I paid an RV guy to do a more permanent fix because there was some underlying structural elements that had wood rot. He was able to peel the rubber back several feet, replace the wood, then reuse the rubber and glue/tape/seal everything back together.
Could you do this yourself? Definitely, if you have the time and a safe covered area to do the work. I had neither so I bit the bullet but it only cost about $350, mainly because the membrane was still intact.
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