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Old 01-13-2007, 05:47 AM   #1
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Both of my driver side and pax side slide-outs are now down on the forward side. Enough that the top corners do not fit into the recess and overlap slightly with the slides in. I can understand on the pax side as the weight is more forward as the refer and Kitchen cupboard is forward in the slide, but the driver side more weight is in the back. The slides seem to rest on a channel beam with adjustmant bolts on both sides. Any one try to adjust themselves?

Newmar says take to dealer, but that is not practical right now.
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Both of my driver side and pax side slide-outs are now down on the forward side. Enough that the top corners do not fit into the recess and overlap slightly with the slides in. I can understand on the pax side as the weight is more forward as the refer and Kitchen cupboard is forward in the slide, but the driver side more weight is in the back. The slides seem to rest on a channel beam with adjustmant bolts on both sides. Any one try to adjust themselves?

Newmar says take to dealer, but that is not practical right now.
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If you level your coach on its jacks and move your slides in and out a few times the slides may track true and reseat themselfs correctly in to side walls.
Make sure your coach is level with jacks down before extending slides.
Also if you dought your coach is level, check with level on floor, you may have something wrong with sensor under coach placing you coach out of level when you think it is.
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