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Old 01-02-2015, 06:50 PM   #1
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Does anyone in the group have the mailing address for Northwood Manufacturing


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Old 01-02-2015, 06:54 PM   #2
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Does anyone in the group have the mailing address for Northwood Manufacturing


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Got this from their website:

59948 Downs Rd. PO Box 3359 La Grande, OR 97850
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Old 01-03-2015, 09:42 AM   #3
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Got this from their website:

59948 Downs Rd. PO Box 3359 La Grande, OR 97850

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Old 01-04-2015, 09:07 PM   #5
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Northwood 5th wheels

If you own a Northwood 5th wheel you just may find the same problem we have just discovered in our Arctic Fox 5th wheel.
We paid $67,000.00, planned on making this our full time home. We moved into our 2014 Northwood Arctic Fox Silver Fox 32-5M Sept. 2nd 2014.
Would suggest that you check your slide out in your bedroom, you will have to get down on the floor even lay down and check to see if the the steel beam is protected by some type of cover.
We have only lived here 4 months and what we found is the steel beam on the floor below the head board on the floor was bare, covered in rust and water, dripping on our carpet leaving rusty water, that would in time turn into mold if not already.
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Old 01-04-2015, 09:12 PM   #7
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Scroll down the page to "Go Advanced". Click on that and go down the page until you come to "Manage Attachments". Click on that and then browse for your picture on your hard drive and after selection it hit "Upload". That should do it. Kind of going by memory on that.
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Sounds like you have a slide seal that is improperly installed. Let us know what Northwood has to say.
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Have you been to Northwood RV Owners Association Forum ? There are a bunch of good people over there that will help out also.
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Interesting. My husband showed me a spot on the bedroom slide where it looks like insulation is missing and he stuffed something up there while we are parked to keep the cold air out. This might be the same as you are talking about.


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We are also full time in a 29-5t arctic fox.



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Interesting. My husband showed me a spot on the bedroom slide where it looks like insulation is missing and he stuffed something up there while we are parked to keep the cold air out. This might be the same as you are talking about.


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Steel beam

This is what we found
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