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Old 09-28-2007, 07:06 AM   #1
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I bought a 2005 38R and love it. The only issue I have is the living room slide doesn't seal tight to the body on the rear/top when the slide is in. Likewise, when the slide is out, the rear/bottom isn't sealed against the wall.

Any thoughts or ideas or resources on how I can try to adjust this?

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I bought a 2005 38R and love it. The only issue I have is the living room slide doesn't seal tight to the body on the rear/top when the slide is in. Likewise, when the slide is out, the rear/bottom isn't sealed against the wall.

Any thoughts or ideas or resources on how I can try to adjust this?

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You may have a side wall that has pulled loose because of a misaligned slide. Do a search on this site for:"Consequences of a misaligned slide" posted by Mr. Transistor
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Old 09-28-2007, 09:22 AM   #4
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To be honest, it looks more like it is simply misaligned. I know there are some adjustment points, but just wanted to see if anyone has done this before I try it myself.
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