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Old 12-18-2016, 04:40 PM   #1
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Slide lock

I have a 2016 DS and one of the slide locks on the bed slide is really having a hard time locking an unlocking. Does anybody know how to adjust them, they are inside the slide. Only one of them needs adjusting because it's making my slide jerk to the side.


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I have a 2016 DS and one of the slide locks on the bed slide is really having a hard time locking an unlocking. Does anybody know how to adjust them, they are inside the slide. Only one of them needs adjusting because it's making my slide jerk to the side.


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Easiest and best answer will be to call your Newmar tech - name & number on sticker at driver's window. Ours walked DH through adjusting a couple of levers on FWS a few weeks ago.

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In QT's 1 & 2 there is slide information and slide lock info if they are the 12v electrical moisture when slide is out can cause problems with the internals of slide locks over time.
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