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    Default Leaking Bristile Tiles

    I have an issue with my Bristile tiles - they are old but not cracked (also not sealed).

    When it rains there are a few spots that slow leak water, I've jumped on the roof and pulled them up / cleaned under them etc but can't seem to stop the leak - any ideas???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cptnlnsan0 View Post
    I have an issue with my Bristile tiles - they are old but not cracked (also not sealed).

    When it rains there are a few spots that slow leak water, I've jumped on the roof and pulled them up / cleaned under them etc but can't seem to stop the leak - any ideas???
    Pics might help. Generally means there are fine cracks or that something is allowing capillary action or pooling of water.
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