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Old 06-06-2008, 04:07 PM   #7
Richard and Rhonda
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I thought I would post on my experience repositioning the gasket.

First I removed about 5 inches of the locking strip and used the tool and soapy water to put in back in. No problem. So now I knew I could put it back in before removing big sections of the strip.

I removed the strip all the way around to the section of gasket that need to be repositioned. Most of the gasket was easily moved using a plastic sheetrock blade, but one section would not move. I went inside and used the plastic blade from the inside, but still no luck. I used a metal pick to lift the edge of the gasket against the coach, not the windshield and the gasket slid right where I wanted it.

Using the tool and soapy water, the locking strip went back into place.

Entire process from beginning to end took about 30 minutes, including my learning curve.

Needless to say, the tool went into the tool box on the coach
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