[ROVERNET - UK] Foam strip in P6 heater

Vern Klukas vern at inkspotco.com
Thu Nov 3 16:41:44 GMT 2005

The foam acts as seals for the various flap valves inside the heater 
box. They do give up the ghost, but without them the heater is 
largely uncontrollable (i.e., cold is warm, hot is warm, can't shut 
it off. Replacing the foam is possible, but sourceing thin foam of 
the appropriate density is hard.


>Hey all,
>Does anyone have any idea what the foam strip(s?) in the P6 heater is for?  I
>see one in the intake area, but I suspect there may be others.  All mine seem
>to be effective at doing (and doing well) is collecting moisture and getting
>caught in the fan and processing themselves into my face!
>Any purpose?
>Mark Brown
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Vern Klukas                             I'm a little . . .
Inkspot Type & Design
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