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Old 08-20-2019, 06:58 PM   #1
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Freeing up the roof fan rubber seal

What's the trick to freeing up a stuck roof vent? Without tearing up the rubber seals, what tricks do you have to separate them! FLORIDA SUMMER SUN is HELL on these!
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Can you get up on the roof with some Silicone spray to lube up the rubber seal? Use the little red tube to reach up under the cover.
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Try to clean all the surfaces with alcohol before spraying on the silicone. Some use Aerospace 303 instead of silicone. I've used both at different times.
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Just going by my models, but taking the inside screens off would allow lubricating spray from the inside.
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