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(4) The tie-down bolts holding the air conditioner in place can be quite long, so we opted to use a cordless drill for removal. (5) Apply steady upward pressure to break the air-conditioner gasket loose from the roof material. (6) This particular roof sagged a little bit and water had pooled under the air-conditioning unit. Be sure to remove any excess water before continuing on with the repair.
(11) When installing the new air-conditioner gasket, peel the tape backing off carefully. Once the gasket touches the surface, it’s pretty well set into place. (12) Make sure you install the rear spacer that is supplied in the air-conditioner-gasket set. (13) With the new gasket installed, set the air conditioner in place and line up the bolt holes from the inside.
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