This has been the condition of my camper since I can remember. I picked it up in November 2015 and didn't pay that much attention to the top for a few weeks maybe. I assume because it is aluminum it is difficult to bend and fit and there will be minor dents and what-not, but figured I'd ask if everyone else's is the same. Do you have minor gaps where the roof and sides don't fit seamlessly? I have these gaps all around the camper where the roof meets the sides. Could there be an issue of water intrusion?
Just check my '16 Hawk that we ordered the day you picked yours up in Tigard...unfortunately it would appear that your roof sheet is not sealed by the putty/sealant in your photos in a few places..the left front [ or RR?] corner in the photo seems like it is dented in and pulled up the top sheet away from the railing that secures the top sheet to the frame with all those screws.
My top sheet has 'waves' in it and the railing does have a continuous bead of sealant between it and the top sheet....not perfection to be sure, but that top sheet, while continuous and with no seams, is thin metal and I would assume a bear to form over the frame around the edges. Your sheet seems to have "curled free" of the railing and the sealant.
Damn! Not certain where a water leak there would go. On the outside of the pop-up fabric; or could it get inside the fabric and into the interior of the camper.
Keep us posted and good luck.
Edited by Wallowa, 24 June 2016 - 08:39 PM.