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Hi Gang,

I am going down to "Tango this weekend with the Intention of re-glueing all the front cabin wall coverings and will need to open the escape hatch which appears to have been sealed down! I guess water Ingress was the reason. How hard is it to replace the rubber seal to make it water tight ? :Stinky

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Totally depends on the eventually bare surfaces that meet and, of course, the integrity of the hatch itself. The rubber seals are readily available in many many different forms from Seals+Direct and if you email them they will send you samples. These are not difficult to use and achieve good water tight results.

http://www.sealsdirect.co.uk/bbCMS/bbCMSrenderPage.asp

Trevor

www.normanboats.co.uk

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