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Hi this is quite a common problem, you have a couple of options you can either go out and buy a new door rubber seal or if it one of those seals where you can get you hand in between two parts of the seal then what you can do is get some thick string and run this in the middle of the seal doing this will pack the seal out a bit and then when the door is shut this will make a lot better seal and it will then stop the water getting in.

let me know if you need further assistance ok

ps the rubber seal isnt to expensive to buy but even a new rubber may still have the same problem as its more to do with the way the door is fitted and it seems it dont push the seal hard enough to prevent water getting in so i have found packing it out with some thick string or twine will push the seal out more and will seal it properly when you shut the door to

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let me know if you need further assistance ok

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plz rate this solution as i have a whole page of unrated posts, thanks

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