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Old 10-14-2013, 06:06 AM   #1
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1999 Keystone Springdale....slide problem

I bought this trailer cheap as it needed some work. Mostly fixed up now, but the small slide where the couch is seems to be loose. It is a manual slide, which I crank out from outside. It comes out no problem, but when I go to crank it back in, it seems to bind at the top. Its almost like the framework that it sits on has dropped or is broken inside. I have to crank it in and push the top part in as I crank it. Good thing I am tall...lol
When its all the way in, the top is still out an inch or so...and the whole thing seems to sit crooked

All I can see underneath is a large screw in the center that it rides on. The rest is covered by the black mesh. Anyone have any ideas how this all works before I rip it apart

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Old 10-14-2013, 09:03 PM   #2
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The one screw pulls or pushes the room in, that's it.
There's no telling what's wrong without seeing it. Could be adjustments, or rot.
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