Pella Door Seal

A home owner from Merritt Island, FL says:
1. The seal between two sliding glass door panels has failed. The aluminum door door appears to be the original when the house was built in 1965. The seal measures 0.325" tall x 0.20" wide along the brush and fits into a 0.170" wide T-slot. I have enclosed a picture of the door and seal. What replacement seal would you advise?

2. At my double front door a small hole is present at the bottom under the Q-LON vinyl-coated foam seal. Can you recommend a synentic corner seal that for a 0.320" gap on a wood Pella door?
User submitted photo of their sliding glass door weatherstripping seal.
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Mike from SWISCO responded:
Good Afternoon,

Your measurement for the base of the woolpile seems very small. The smallest woolpile base we have is 3/16" (0.1875"). Remeasure your woolpile to double check your dimensions and then take a look at our woolpile catalog section to see if you can find a replacement close to your size.

Can you submit a picture of the gap you are referring to on your Pella door?
A home owner from Merritt Island says:
1) The T-slot channel opening is 0.170" and the inside width appears to be around 0.32"

2) The Pella door picture is included. The light gap is the bright spot between the the door leafs.
User submitted photo of channel opening.
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Mike from SWISCO responded:
Can you submit a profile image of the seal? This will give us a better look.
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