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Old 08-29-2014, 04:01 PM   #1
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1999 36 SDS Alpine Coach/slide adjustments

Kitchen/Living room Slide in my 1999 36SDS #72170 needs to be adjusted so it sits level on the floor,I've adjusted the slide frame (outside ,slide extended) adjustments according to the HWH manual instructions but can't seem
access the carrier rollers that I think need to be adjusted to level the slide
inside the coach, anyone have similar problems with HWH slide System
All help appreciated Thanks CaptnCrunch
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Old 08-29-2014, 05:56 PM   #2
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Not sure what you mean by level on the floor. The only adjustments you have are to ensure the slide fits tight to the side when it is in or out. There are no rollers. The bottom slides over a low friction bar and there is no adjustment. Mine tips slightly when it comes in and has marked the floor but there is not much you can do about it.
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Thanks for the reply, is there some frame work that the low friction bar slides over?,, if so how do I get access to it,? It kinda makes sense that the friction bar may be damaged or misplaced That would make the cabinets lower from one end to the other by 1/2" Thanks CaptnCrunch
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I don't think you can get at it without removing the slideout but a repair shop may have a way.
Here is an explanation from Winnebago on how this works. Some of this is not applicable to the Alpine but will give you a general idea.
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File Type: pdf Slideout Room Adjustment Guide.pdf (2.64 MB, 49 views)
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