Insulation question for Suburban SF-30F
Hi all!! I have a Cougar 5th wheel very much like Rays. I had to remove my furnace due what I believe is a faulty sail switch. Before reinstalling, I was vacuuming out the cabinet the furnace sits in and noticed that there is an insulation strip outlining the hole in the floor going to the ducts. The insulation is in pretty bad shape and I'd like to replace it. I've googled around for a replacement, but am not sure what they call that piece. Does anyone know? Also was wondering if I could just use some fiberglass insulation I've got left over from my garage and fabricate a seal? Wasn't sure if that would be safe since I assume it could get hot. Searching, I read that fiberglass insulation is mostly fireproof though. Thought I had better ask around though!
Thanks for your help!
After a bunch more googling, I found what it is and wanted to share.
It's a bottom duct furnace gasket. I found it online here:
Thanks for the link! Mine is probably in pretty bad shape by now too.
Sign in or register to add a comment.
Add a Comment
Welcome to the LYRV Forum
Click for Invite Information
Ask For Help
Tales From the Road
RV Park Reviews
RV Tips & Tricks
Mods, Repairs & Upgrades
RV Product Reviews
Water Heater Anode Rod Question
25000 Mile Ram Truck Update - New Cooper Tires & DEF Question?
Suburban Water Heaters - Magnesium or Aluminium Anode Rod?
Question about electrical breakers in our 1999 national coach
Support the Forum
Terms of Service
Created with PlushForums
© 2023 Love Your RV! Forum