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Old 07-29-2007, 02:01 PM   #1
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Does anyone know the adjustment procedure for the slideouts? My curb side slide is hanging up at the front end. Stops @ 12" instead of 14" as the rear. This also causes the rear inside wall to be scraped. Was adjusted 2 years ago by dealer under warr for same problem. Was OK, then moved 500 ft to a new site & after leveling (per approved procedures followed for last 3 years) have the problem. I also found that three of the storage doors under the slideno longer properly align with the latches. After retracting jacks doors & slide seem OK. Sounds like something is racking the MH when jacked, but I am almost level & jacks are lifting very little. All jacks are down to stablize only.
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Does anyone know the adjustment procedure for the slideouts? My curb side slide is hanging up at the front end. Stops @ 12" instead of 14" as the rear. This also causes the rear inside wall to be scraped. Was adjusted 2 years ago by dealer under warr for same problem. Was OK, then moved 500 ft to a new site & after leveling (per approved procedures followed for last 3 years) have the problem. I also found that three of the storage doors under the slideno longer properly align with the latches. After retracting jacks doors & slide seem OK. Sounds like something is racking the MH when jacked, but I am almost level & jacks are lifting very little. All jacks are down to stablize only.
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