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Old 05-20-2022, 06:28 PM   #1
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Seal under slideout

I have a 2018 2605 Coleman light and have small piece of rubber that tore away under my slide out. There are screws attached along the seal and when they are removed I am unable how to determine how to removed the seal. I am unsure if it is a seal or a sweep. Can someone assist me determining what it is and how to remove it?
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If it is a sweep you will be able tell by looking at it. Look up slide seals or sweeps on ebay or amazon to see what they look like. I have not seen any other types of seal though there are no doubt some.

If it is a sweep you pretty much pull on it while working with a thin paint scraper to get under it and remove it. Then you will try a variety of things to get all of the bits that are stuck in off. Most are stuck on with a double side tape with a pull off backing. You will carefully apply it and then use a roller to be sure it is fully stuck down. Hope that helps.
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