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Old 09-15-2007, 02:22 PM   #1
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In May of 1996, our livingroom slide was adjusted at the WRV service center because it had settled, and rubbed on the rug when it came in. Now 16 months later, the rear side of the livingroom slide has settled, and it is skimming the top of the rug when it comes in. Looking at the paint matching on the outside of the coach, it appears to have settled about an inch. Has anyone else had this problem? (We have one livingroom slide on the driver's side).

We're going to be in the Cheyenne, Wyoming area soon. Can anyone recommend someone in Cheyenne that can adjust the slide?
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In May of 1996, our livingroom slide was adjusted at the WRV service center because it had settled, and rubbed on the rug when it came in. Now 16 months later, the rear side of the livingroom slide has settled, and it is skimming the top of the rug when it comes in. Looking at the paint matching on the outside of the coach, it appears to have settled about an inch. Has anyone else had this problem? (We have one livingroom slide on the driver's side).

We're going to be in the Cheyenne, Wyoming area soon. Can anyone recommend someone in Cheyenne that can adjust the slide?
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