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Old 02-05-2006, 04:21 AM   #1
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Anyone with the 38 ft. flat floor slide have the same problem we keep having. The rubber seal on the bottom of the outside of the living room slide will not stay on. It keeps pulling loose. WRV has sent us replacements and it keeps pulling off. Is there a fix we need to know about.

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Anyone with the 38 ft. flat floor slide have the same problem we keep having. The rubber seal on the bottom of the outside of the living room slide will not stay on. It keeps pulling loose. WRV has sent us replacements and it keeps pulling off. Is there a fix we need to know about.

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Old 02-05-2006, 05:35 AM   #3
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I have had the same problem with my 2005 38FDTS. I have had to glue it back on several times. Also tried some silicon lubricant on the surfaces. This has helped some as the slide pulls across the rubber seal in the near full out position.
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Cedar41,

I've had exactly the same problem on my 2001 Alpine Coach living room slide. No solution. Obviously, WRV has a chronic problem in either engineering or manufacturing that they have not fixed over a period of 5 model years. When will they learn to correct chronic problems like this within 1-2 model years?

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