Gap at top and bottom of sliding glass door

A handy person from Davenport, Florida says:
While retrieving crayons from the sliding glass door at my Florida home (built circa 2005), I noticed a rather large air infiltration point at the top and bottom of the sliding glass door when closed. Spent the better part of today online looking for a solution. No idea who the manufacturer is nor if this gap has existed since the house was built. Any help identifying a solution would be most appreciated.
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Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:

Hey there, thanks for posting. Please take a look at the 80-042 and 80-043, which are used on Vinyl patio doors. See if you could adapt these to your stationary patio door to close up the gap. Also take a look at the 58-184 foam pad which is used on hinged type doors. This might be another idea.

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