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Old 07-09-2017, 12:17 PM   #1
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Slide out sticks

2006 37B passenger bedroom slide out sticking when extending. About 4 inches out the top sticks and will not extend. I've checked for obstructions none found. It looks like there is only one hydraulic ram and one guide enclosed in square tubing. Wondering if the slide topper is sticking not allowing the top of slide to move freely with the bottom? When weather permits I will disconnect it. Any other suggestions?
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My guess would be the slide topper sticking.
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Have you tried silicone spray on the rollers pivot points?
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Update it finally stopped raining enough here in GA that I was able to take the slide out awning off and slide out works perfectly. Now to figure out what is wrong with the topper mechanism. We replaced the material 2 years ago and possibly made it too tight? I guess I'll take it all apart being real careful with the torsion spring!!
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