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The slideout wiper seal wipes away moisture when you extend or retract the slideout. The weatherstrip also serves to keep water and dirt from getting in through the cracks along the edge of the slideout. It also helps seal in warm air and minimizes drafts.
To replace the wiper seal, first remove the existing seal by pulling it off all the way around the slideout. Then begin attaching the new seal by fitting the groove in the seal around the slideout flange. There may also be metal clips attached to the slideout flange that help secure the seal. If you experience difficulty, a flathead screwdriver can be used to push the seal into the crack when your fingers can’t reach. To fit the seal around corners, cut a slit in the wiper part of the seal at the corner points. Cut off any excess. Finally, it is a good idea to secure the seal with caulking or silicone, which will extend the life of the seal.
This part is compatible with Newmar, Itasca, Winnebago, and Fleetwood RVs.