Over the weekend we did a trip to central FLA and got poured on. I started to see water dripping from the AC unit and knew I had a problem. I took down the face started to see that the AC unit was not near snug enough. The 4 outside bolts were very loose. Not knowing what to do I ended up tightening the 4 bolts all the way that I could and we had no more leaks. But now that I'm searching around for what the correct amount of torque is I see people suggesting to only tighten it down to around 60% of the gasket pancaking out. Is this the case? I feel because I didn't tighten it down to begin with is why it backed out from traveling. What is the correct procedure and torquing of the unit to the top? Also, there are 4 screws that have springs on them that I'm assuming are to help with jars and bumps in the road? Two of mine are basically stripped to the point that I can't tighten them in. Does anyone know if you can order more of theses screws from Dometic or somewhere else?