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    Windlace

    Question -



    By Windlace, do you mean the round vinyl-covered cord that is pinched behind the

    panels that overlaps the door opening crack?



    If that's it, mine are good - but the self-sticking foam weatherstripping (right

    from Home Depot, I'm guessing) is falling off all around the doors. I can see

    outside better thru the cracks than thru the 'slightly-foggy' side windows.



    The problem is letting exhause in around the pax door while climbing (never

    should'a bought that fancy CO meter, durn it!)



    I know there's a good article in the Archives about making door seals with some

    fast-setting rubber stuff, but that did sound kind of 'messy' given my skills at

    re-calking the tub...



    Bill Howard

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    Windlace

    > Question -
    >
    > By Windlace, do you mean the round vinyl-covered cord that is pinched
    > behind the
    > panels that overlaps the door opening crack?

    *** Affirmative your last...

    >
    > The problem is letting exhause in around the pax door while climbing
    > (never
    > should'a bought that fancy CO meter, durn it!)
    *** I bought the same fancy CO meter. Never even peeps.

    >
    > I know there's a good article in the Archives about making door seals with
    > some
    > fast-setting rubber stuff, but that did sound kind of 'messy' given my
    > skills at
    > re-calking the tub...

    *** I'm the guy who wrote that article. The job is actually easier than
    recaulking your tub, because you don't have to make a neat little corner
    bead. If using black silicone, you just make a continuous bead - just as
    it comes out of the caulking gun - on the rubber seal. Then close the
    door, and the thing will form itself.

    On my plane, it seals so well that there are no drips when it rains.
    Which was the main object of the exercise.

    - Jerry Kaidor ( jerry@tr2.com )


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