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installation procedure

A quick learner from Portland says:
How is this installed without damaging the sweep?
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Dave from SWISCO responded:
I'm not sure how your sweep is being damaged during installation. All you need to do is remove the drip edge, slide out the old rubber sweep, slide the 10-313 in, and then reinstall the drip edge. Where are you running into problems?
A quick learner from Portland says:
Look at the attached picture. Their is nothing to remove. the sweep is slightly larger than the slot to keep it in place. The sweep is very pliable and won't easily go into the slot.

Not sure how to install it without some force.
User submitted a photo of a shower door sweep.
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Dave from SWISCO responded:
Thank you. In this particular image, it looks like the channel is pinched closed, which would explain why you can't slide it out. That is not normal. You would have to find a way to widen it out somehow.
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