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Old 05-02-2019, 01:43 PM   #1
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
Model: Fourwinds 24F
State: North Carolina
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THOR #9511
FW 24F slide

Weve been traveling through MI, WI and MN the past few weeks and it has been cold and rainy. Our slide floor gets cold and that is understandable. However, the slot cut in the slide floor that allows the water, propane and electrical into the slide has been letting tons of cold air in. The slide seal under the slide does not seal the slot well. Ive resorted to putting a bath towel in the slot once we park to keep the draft down.

Do other 24F owners have a similar issue? I saw on another post where a slide had a canvas bag over the slot to keep air from entering the coach.

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Old 05-02-2019, 06:45 PM   #2
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Model: Chateau 24F
State: Arizona
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My Chateau 24F has a bag that holds all of the hoses and wiring, but does not really seal the gap in the floor of the slide. You could always use blue insulating foam and insulate the seat area. Just glue it to the walls and underside of seat.
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