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Old 08-29-2016, 01:45 PM   #1
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2004 Monaco Slide Adjustment

I've had concerns about the living room slide not fully extending, it's the end behind the drivers seat. I dropped by the REV Service Center in Indiana and had a technician take a look. They indicated that it needed to be adjusted, but there were no appointments available until December. I was told I could take a number and dry camp for 4 or 5 days and they would see if they could get me in. I had an appointment several hundred miles East, so I decided to move on. Is there anyone out there who has had this done and could refer me to a place between Maine and the Florida Keys.
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I've had concerns about the living room slide not fully extending, it's the end behind the drivers seat. I dropped by the REV Service Center in Indiana and had a technician take a look. They indicated that it needed to be adjusted, but there were no appointments available until December. I was told I could take a number and dry camp for 4 or 5 days and they would see if they could get me in. I had an appointment several hundred miles East, so I decided to move on. Is there anyone out there who has had this done and could refer me to a place between Maine and the Florida Keys.

Alliance Coach has techs with lots of Monaco experience. They are in Wildwood, FL, North of Tampa on I75.
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I've had concerns about the living room slide not fully extending, it's the end behind the drivers seat. I dropped by the REV Service Center in Indiana and had a technician take a look. They indicated that it needed to be adjusted, but there were no appointments available until December. I was told I could take a number and dry camp for 4 or 5 days and they would see if they could get me in. I had an appointment several hundred miles East, so I decided to move on. Is there anyone out there who has had this done and could refer me to a place between Maine and the Florida Keys.

I had similar issue while in Coburg, Oregon. I couldn't move slide in or out it ended up be the Teflon runner had broken under the slide and jammed it in place. I was getting chassis work, so a feed hours I finally removed broken parts out from under the slide. I closed it and was able to get to Elite RV to make the repairs.
Is it you hydraulic slide or electric?


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Thanks for the input. I can see that a piece of the teflon slide guide appears be missing. I'm headed towards Alliance, so I'll give them a call.

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If you are in the Elkhart IN area once again and need any type of RV service go to Elkhart Sales & Service. Talk to PJ, he is a very knowledgeable ex-Monaco employee.

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