Originally Posted by bgilly
For a draft, the air must have a passage (in and out). Do you leave your roof vent(s) open? Even a window just cracked open will give the air a passage. To check the slide gasket on the inside - the slide raised floor has a carpeted fascia board that runs under the oven. There are two screws hidden in the carpet that will come out to drop that board. This will provide a good point for inspecting. You should also have the rubber wiper gasket under the couch behind the knee board. When the slide is extended you can reach the slide exterior gasket while holding up the wiper gasket. Inspect the exterior gaskets that they are making contact with the slide floor. There are some clearance cut-outs for the slide track - not much you can do about that. Maybe stuff some pool noodles from the inside along the slide floor
yep, we generally leave something cracked a kittle. Usually the bath vent. Out there today looking at the little problem. The rubber wiper gasket along the outside of the slide and the rubber flap behind the knee board are in place. When you lift the knee board flap, you can see daylight peeking through above the outside wiper. Not much but a gap. I think my flaps may be a little short. I had some 1" thick foam which I cut and from the outside, pushed it into the space. Seemed to help fill in and cut down on the draft.
I will keep noodling on it or just pull in the slide.