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Old 11-22-2012, 04:52 PM   #1
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I own a 2007 CC Tribute 260 40 Ft. Yesterday, when traveling, I think somehow my rear slide came open a few inches!? I can't be sure, however, that I closed the slide completely before we left on the trip. I always follow a homemade check list and walk around the coach before departure but I can't recall specifically seeing the slide completely closed. QUANDARY? After discovering the partially open slide, I opened and closed it several times and have not had any further problem. Has anyone had any experience where the rear slide opened mysteriously on a CC?

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Old 11-22-2012, 06:51 PM   #2
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Just keep a watch could have a valve that had some trash caught in it and when you cycled it flushed it out. You can always make some locks out of wood to insure they won't open while riding

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Old 11-22-2012, 07:48 PM   #3
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Our slide started creeping out while driving. We couldn't figure it out because it worked perfectly otherwise. Then....when it wouldn't retract not long after the creeping started, we found the problem. There was a tiny crack in one of the hydraulic fittings, all the fluid had slowly leaked out. Replaced the fitting, refilled the reservoir, now we are good to go. The repairman said it looked like something hit the underside when traveling, causing the crack. We used 2x4 boards cut to size to keep the slide in place while traveling until we found the problem. The boards are now tucked away in a hatch for emergency use.
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