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Old 08-27-2016, 08:47 PM   #29
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My slide also tips in when first starting it's ride out... I always thought it might be from that old CRT TV.. Heavy... But who knows...
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Ron, don't think it's the TV as mine has been replaced with a LCD and it didn't make any difference in slide operation. I still have to initially push out at the top. I think it is like someone else mentioned that is just the nature of the beast!
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Ron, yes I have it adjusted. A little less torque was all it needed. Backed it off till it stalled out then increased in very tiny little bits. And I do mean tiny little bits. It had too much torque and I thought it might break the inside trim. All is well now, and we depart for Moab soon for my Jeeping fix.
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