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Old 06-08-2015, 04:54 PM   #1
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What is this inthe slide out?

New MH owners here. We bought a 2004 Winnebago Itasca and when the slide is out we see this hanging there. It is a black rubber (thingy) that at one point was stappeled somewhere along the slide or the MH frame. There are staples in it but due to the tight space, I cannot tell where it was stapled. It has a plastic wrap around it and we are not sure if this will cause damage or not. What is it and what is it's purpose?

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Look and see if it's the rubber seal for when the slide is in. It might have come off.
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Dennis,


I think that is what it is. Any idea how to fix it since I don't fit in there? Will it cause the slide to fail o leak?


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