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Old 03-24-2014, 05:42 PM   #15
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BIGED52 got the thread back on track (Thanks for that!), if only we can leave it that way and not go off at a tangent about going off at a tangent!
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Old 03-24-2014, 05:48 PM   #16
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What could be more interesting than window clips ;-)
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Yes!

After replacing all the window clips, weatherstripping on the windows, vents and front door, it rained heavily for an hour or more and there are NO LEAKS! Before this I had paper towels in the window frames and buckets beneath the vents to catch all the water. Progress is often measured in small steps, but I'll celebrate this as a major victory!
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Keep an Eye out!

Make sure you keep checking the interior floor for random puddling as some leaks can traverse distances and show up in a different spot than the original spot you noticed before. Just a heads up! Ed
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thanks for the tips as I am just about to try and remove a few of the now 5.99 each pieces of metal. You would think we could bend our own. Maybe a 3d printed version?
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