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    The seal on my back door (UPVC)

    Soory if this is in the wrong place, The seal on my back door (UPVC) seems to have perished and now lets in water when it rains heavily. I've tried to find a replacement seal for this without any luck - it is about 8 or 9 mm rounded shape. The perished section is about 10 cm at the bottom seems to have perished and now lets in water when it rains heavily. I've tried to find a replacement seal for this without any luck - it is about 8 or 9 mm rounded shape. The perished section is about 10 cm at the bottom.

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    Re: The seal on my back door (UPVC)

    You could always pop around to a few places that manufacturer this type of stuff and see if they will sort a piece for you.
    Sometimes the guys on the floor will give you a piece for nothing if you get the right person and just give him a little dropsey.

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    Re: The seal on my back door (UPVC)

    is this what you need ? StormGuard uPVC Seal | Screwfix.com


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    Re: The seal on my back door (UPVC)

    Quote Originally Posted by tottenhamboys View Post
    Soory if this is in the wrong place, The seal on my back door (UPVC) seems to have perished and now lets in water when it rains heavily. I've tried to find a replacement seal for this without any luck - it is about 8 or 9 mm rounded shape. The perished section is about 10 cm at the bottom seems to have perished and now lets in water when it rains heavily. I've tried to find a replacement seal for this without any luck - it is about 8 or 9 mm rounded shape. The perished section is about 10 cm at the bottom.

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    check out ebay m8 i had same problem with kitchen door got both seals from ebay was simple to fit and now dry when it rains
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    Re: The seal on my back door (UPVC)

    here ya go m8

    upvc rubber door seal | eBay

    there should be the rubber seal on both the door frame AND the inner edge of the door, itd be worth buying and replacing both
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    Re: The seal on my back door (UPVC)

    Quote Originally Posted by Tamarc View Post
    is this what you need ? StormGuard uPVC Seal | Screwfix.com
    yeh this is what im after but bit cheaper if i can



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