How do I fix this?

Discussion in 'Roof/Floor Repair & Maintenance' started by OKHappyCampers, Aug 14, 2019.

  1. OKHappyCampers

    OKHappyCampers New Member

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    IMG_6367.JPG I opened my 2015 FR Flagstaff 823D and the weather stripping that runs all the was around the inner lip is coming loose in a section.

    I cannot get it to reattach....any suggestions?
    What have you done in this case?

    Thanks in advance for your advice,

    Randy
     
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    bobinfleet Active Member

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    Hello and welcome from Hampshire UK[GBR] does it fit into a seal carrier? if not how about contact adhesive?
     
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    Welcome from OKC. You can use trim adhesive or diacor.
     
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    Welcome from the mountains of West Virginia..3M weather strip adhesive
     
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    Thanks, I like the idea of an adhesive and have some double sided gorilla tape to give it a try.
     
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    After you get it attached , use a rag and some dry silicone spray and wipe the bottom of the seal. Itll help to keep it from sticking to the lower part of the pup.
     
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    All fixed! Popped it back into the track and put a silicone rub on it
     

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