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I am getting water filling up the inside track on my sliding glass door when it rains. The water seems to be coming from the outside under the door. Are there seals leaking?

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The track drains on the outside of your slider have clogged, is the likely issue. Yes there are side gaskets or seals that can get frayed and leak, but keeping the track drains will usually deal with the infiltration issue.
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