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Old 08-07-2016, 04:14 AM   #1
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Slide Removal

I need to remove the Slide in my 1999 Monaco Windsor, a Dealer is not an Option. I can't see how to remove the inner lip with the seal that seals against the inner wall when the slide goes out everything seems to be covered with sponge and cloth, can't see any bolts or screws, on my friends Dutch star you can see the bolts and screws. Is there a way I can get a Slide removal procedure for a Monaco or does anyone have experience in this?

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It a rather long process but if you will call me tomorrow, I will try to help you out. I would suggest you record our conversation and have any questions ready. I will send you my ph# in a Private Message.

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On my 2000, the screws that attach the inner flange are in the the face, in a channel beneath the decorative wood trim. The entire inside corner is a single large extrusion.

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