Good morning, October 25 , 2022 I took my Vintage Cruiser in to CW , Michigan, to find and repair a leak. We discovered water in the small light caps, one over entrance door, and one over bathroom door. CW did a seal test, found problem, repaired cracks with sealant around antenna. TT was covered, in outside storage, and first trip out it rained, and again water in lights. Bathroom light no longer works. We couldn't take it in, because we had a trip planned to CO for a family event, had to remove and empty light caps twice due to rain. Took it back to CW, they are trying to charge me again, saying I should reseal every 90 days. Not only was that never stated, verbal or written, but I would have to have done that at the end of January and April. Thoughts? Thanks!