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Old 12-16-2014, 07:31 PM   #1
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Electric mirror

We have a 1999 Pace Arrow 34n. Last trip out I realized the passenger side electric mirror kept getting out of adjustment. Looking at it, without taking it apart, it appears it is very lose or something is broken. However I haven't tried yet to take it apart and so my question is, how do you take it apart to inspect it? Thanks so much.
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Old 12-16-2014, 07:53 PM   #2
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I don't know what brand mirrors you have but several years ago I had a cracked mirror and I ordered a replacement (mirror only) and it came with instruction on how to remove the mirror from the assembly. I was able to repair it myself. My suggestion would be to Google the manufacture of your mirror and see if you can find instructions on taking it apart. They might have a phone number. The other thought would be to call your coach manufacture and see if they can supply you with instructions. Good luck with your project. Please report back with your fix because we all learn from each other.

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Don, thanks, good advice. Will let you know what I find. This is the first 3rd Tuesday I haven't had a City Council meeting in ten years. Chose to step down this year so we can travel more. Three terms as Mayor.
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We have an '05 Holiday Rambler Vacationer. The driver's side mirror kept bouncing. Upon inspection, the whole assembly was loose. There is a bolt underneath that freed the assembly so the screws that attach the mount to the body could be reached. The bolt, when loosened, was repeatedly banged to dislodge the mirror unit from the mount. Wasn't fun on the side of the road! The mirror part is attached via three allen screws. That is as far as we have had to go (so far). Hope it helps.
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If it's a Velvac , here's a link to some previous threads that discuss adjustments.

https://www.google.com/search?q=Velv...com&gws_rd=ssl
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Thanks, that helped. After the rain slows down I will dig in!!
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Old 12-18-2014, 04:47 PM   #7
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Hey all, upon further inspection I believe the mirror housing is what is loose. The electric works fine so now I just have to figure out how to tighten just the housing. Just barely loose.
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