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Old 03-18-2005, 10:32 AM   #1
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93 SE - Is the black plastic strip at the bottom of the inside door panel supposed to go inside the door frame, like some sort of retention for the bottom of the door panel, or does it go out of the door frame like a trim across the face of the door frame?
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Inside. It'* so dew on the plastic sheet inside the door drains outside.
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Inside. It'* so dew on the plastic sheet inside the door drains outside.
So I have the panel on wrong. I want to clarify, because inside/outside is very confusing in this situation.

The plastic strip on the bottom of the door panel should go within the door frame? In this case you would not be able to see the plastic strip once the door panel was on. Is that correct? How does the draining thing work?
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Let'* go at it like this; If you've got the door open and you're looking at the end of it the order is as such.

Metal door frame > Clear plastic sheet in door > Black plastic drain peice > Door panel.
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:shock: It'* in the same order even if the black plastic drain piece is visible or not.
Let me rephrase the question. When the door and panel is fully assembled, should you be able to see the black plastic drain piece, or will it be contained within the door?
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It'* in the same order even if the black plastic drain piece is visible or not.
Let me rephrase the question. When the door and panel is fully assembled, should you be able to see the black plastic drain piece, or will it be contained within the door?
you should be able to see it at the bottom
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