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    DIY Junior Member Mettie's Avatar
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    Chassis, did you ever track down that door bottom? Think I have same exact door and same exact problem. If you did, please share, getting cold. Thanks.

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    Mettie,

    No, I have not gotten anywhere on this issue, but sure wish I had. The door I have was manufactured in Colorado Springs, CO according to the manufacturer's decal on the hinge edge of the door. I looked on Therma Tru's website and nothing in Colorado Springs is mentioned. My next step is to call Therma Tru, still have not managed to make that phone call yet.

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    http://pemko.com/index.cfm

    Go to products select perimiter gasketing tab.

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    I have same door. Looks like PEASE DOOR company. They are OOB, but seem to exist to sell parts. Bottoms seem expensive, $20. Try Googel PEASE DOOR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyjoe108 View Post
    I have same door. Looks like PEASE DOOR company. They are OOB, but seem to exist to sell parts. Bottoms seem expensive, $20. Try Googel PEASE DOOR.
    Not so much out of business, but Pease was bought by Pella some years back. You can contact Pella for service: http://pressroom.pella.com/fast_facts/143/
    I have purchased perimeter seals from HD that would fit my Pease door. They usually have a limited selection, as in they only carry one color. In my local HD, I think the were in a PVC pipe mounted to one of the shelves. You can also find them online. A quick search for Qlon (brand of perimeter seals) provided this site: http://q-lon.net/ Honestly, the Q-lon seals are probably much better than the ones the came on the door. For the bottom sweep, you'll probably have to contact a Pella dealer. I had two Pease exterior doors on my house and replaced both of them. They both had water intrusion problems. One leaked water at the sill and the other had water leaking in through the glass which rotted the wood core and bottom of the jamb.

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    Exclamation drbax - I found the weatherstrip

    Quote Originally Posted by drbax View Post
    Steel Orange:

    That doesn't apply here because I have purchased all possibilities at HD and Lowes to try them. The closest that I found has two strips sticking up and they are about 1/2 inch or maybe 3/8 inch. Mine can not be longer than 1/8 inch. When I use the others it doesn't squish...the door just doesn't shut.

    I added pictures...showing how it slides out (http://www.afsportsbets.com/pictures/DSCF1325.jpg) and the straight on view showing the limited opening that i have (http://www.afsportsbets.com/pictures/DSCF1331.jpg)

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    Hey drbax,
    I have the exact same door. Mine still has info on door jamb. It is Pease. I contacted Pella, they referred me to Hass in So. Bend, IN (574-287-1501), hasswholesale.com. They have the slide-in bottom weather strip (brown only) for 32" and 36" doors AND the side/top weather strip kits (beige). The guy I spoke with was really helpful!
    Cheers,
    J-La
    Last edited by J-La; 10-03-2013 at 12:27 PM. Reason: Found the source!

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