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Old 10-23-2018, 02:27 PM   #1
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2016 DS 4369 FWS Floor Level?

With the coach leveled and slides out, should the FWS also be level relative to the coach floor? My coach slide out dips slightly down to the outside wall. Normal or out of adjustment? Thanks.
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With the coach leveled and slides out, should the FWS also be level relative to the coach floor? My coach slide out dips slightly down to the outside wall. Normal or out of adjustment? Thanks.
Ours was down from level by almost 1/2 when we bought it. The techs at Nappanee brought it up to reasonably level (maybe down 1/4 or so) and said that was the best they could do. So, to answer your question, a little slant seems to be something you live with in some coaches.
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This issue is almost common for the 2016 FWS. When Newmar went to full tile the FWS needed to be beefier. Newmar will fix it. Just take it to the factory repair center. It takes a couple of days. Mine was done after warranty at no cost.
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Ditto what Alan said!
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