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Old 07-31-2018, 10:31 AM   #1
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Slide Foam Seal

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There is a black foam strip around the inside of all the slides that goes between the wall and the slide when open. It is about 1x1Ē and was glued to the slide. Much of it has come off or is torn. Poor material and poor installation. Anyone else observe this? Is there a better fix than the original?
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You can check this website for Rv seals
https://rv.steelerubber.com/
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They are held on with a pressure sensitive glue. Mine came off on the overhead section, but firm pressure for a few minutes stuck it back on and it has held.
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The 14' slide on my CS had that problem. Foam came loose in several areas and had it on my list for repairs to be done at the factory.
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Old 07-31-2018, 07:06 PM   #5
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Scotch 77 (or similar) contact adhesive is a simple fix for the foam seal reattachment.
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