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Old 10-10-2018, 08:33 PM   #1
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Need help with Georgetown 351DS bedroom sliding doors

I am the 2nd owner of a 2016 Forest River Georgetown 351DS and repaired the bedroom sliding door track the came disconnected from the roof.

The two doors work properly but are not connected to each other in any way. They slide independently as separate doors.

'Hoping someone can give me a hint as to how they are supposed to work.

Comments, a document or photos showing how they should work together would be awesome.
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We have the same doors on our 2013 351DS. The dealer had to plane the bottom of the rear most door to get it the slide correctly. On the second picture unhook the silver latch and the back most door should slide all the way across the hall to close off the bedroom.
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Old 10-21-2018, 11:40 AM   #3
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We have the same doors on our 2013 351DS. The dealer had to plane the bottom of the rear most door to get it the slide correctly. On the second picture unhook the silver latch and the back most door should slide all the way across the hall to close off the bedroom.
Thank you Maxfli. I was/am still surprised the doors work this way as two disconnect "slabs". I guess that's why they changed the design after mine was built.
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