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February 11, 10:12 AM [GMT -5]

rather than taking the door off and cutting it, often you can just take a philips screw driver and "lower" the bottom plate so that there will be enough room to install new weather stripping.

much easier than cutting the door.

December 21, 8:30 PM [GMT -5]

if you have a steel door, replace your old weather stripping with magnetic weather stripping. They fit in the same groove as the old strips & you're 100% insulated. It's much better the before. Thanks as lot. mon468.

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