Hi Everyone- First time posting on here. I have a 1986 Chieftain that I purchased 2 years ago. It's my funmobile. Use it for camping, sporting events, concerts. Since I've owned it, I have had new belts put on, new tires, new exhaust system, new batteries, tune up, and some other small things done. I had a water leak near A/C about a year ago and it was found that the bolts were not tight on the roof where the unit sat. RV guy tightened them up and no drips since. I still however do see some dampness on the ceiling next to it to this day. Lately, I have new issues. I've noticed that I'm not getting any electricity to the receptacles. Generator runs fine and breaker not tripped. Breakers haven't tripped on converter either although they use to until a GFI was installed. I had someone install a GFI in the bathroom last year and that trips periodically, especially after a good rain. I also have been noticing water leaking from both the bathroom window and the dinette window. The wall under the dinette is extremely fragile now and should be replaced. One other area where I am seeing water leak is from the dome light right above the dash on my Class A RV. I keep my RV outside parked in my driveway year round. I should invest in a cover!!! So once this water issue and electrical problem is discovered, do you think replacing the wall area (about 4' x 4') will be expensive? I have since dropped it back off to the RV repair shop. Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!