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Shower door bottom seal

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by fakenip, 25 Jan 2021.

  1. fakenip

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    I am having problem sourcing a seal for a shower cubicle door. Its on the bottom and it runs along a metal rail, i guess the seal looks abit like a P shape. I have attached a photo
     

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    Showerseals.co.uk
    (Or something like that)
     
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    How does it fit onto the door?
     
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    The rubber seal slides in the bottom rail.
     
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    It slides along a side rail attached to the bottom metal strip. I still can't find it on any website
     

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    Ah, so it's open at the back, didn't see that in the first pic. THB, never seen one like that before and I've seen a few ;)

    I've seen one that slides into a groove on the door, but not one that sits on a rail.
     
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    Driving me crazy I really don't want to change the whole door
     

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