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Old 11-13-2007, 08:16 AM   #1
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Are the Excel slides designed to be walked on when they are in? I don't like to do it, but in order to get in front of our bed, we have to run it out or crawl over top of it. I've read both ways on another forum, and wondered about our Excel. I've even gotten different opinions from two Excel dealers.
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Are the Excel slides designed to be walked on when they are in? I don't like to do it, but in order to get in front of our bed, we have to run it out or crawl over top of it. I've read both ways on another forum, and wondered about our Excel. I've even gotten different opinions from two Excel dealers.
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I asked this question some time ago, because each time we walk on our slide when it's in, the floor moves up and down which is very disconcerting. All the answers I got at that time was that it wasn't a problem. It still bothers me, though, and unless we can stop somewhere where we can put both slides out to eat lunch, we eat out (at least one slide has to be out anyway, otherwise, we can't reach anything in the kitchen).
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