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Old 02-11-2016, 05:22 AM   #1
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Drafty window solutions???

Does anyone have an idea of how to stop the drafty areas around windows? The two large windows in our slide out seem to be the culprit. I don't find any draft around any smaller windows in the coach. It gets pretty irritating when sitting on the couch in the living area and having continual cold air on your neck area. We do have dual pane windows but the air intrusion is around the aluminum trim. right now I have a bath towel rolled up and laying on the wooden ledge with the day/night shade closed on top of the towel but it's not stopping to much air intrusion. Any suggestions would be great.

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Old 02-11-2016, 05:30 AM   #2
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If it is an actual draft can you get some Air Conditioner foam and put it where the draft is. Or is it just the transfer of the cold exterior frame on the window to the inside of the frame. Only thing I could suggest is maybe some of that clear window sealer, similar to saran wrap, that goes over the window.
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