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Old 07-23-2010, 02:12 PM   #1
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slide gear driven

i have an 05 avalanche with a bedroom slide in need of adjustment. any in put would help
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Old 07-23-2010, 02:30 PM   #2
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if this is a power gear rack and pinion slide then I can either do my best to type you through it or tell you the following

Power Gear
Click on Technical documents
push the proper buttons (I pushed "ALL" on the slides section)

Choose "Adjusting slides pdf" from the list, it's near the bottom
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Old 07-23-2010, 02:40 PM   #3
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thanks for the help i'm on it jt
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You are welcome.... By the way... I keep reading, both in the owner's manual and on line, about a 3/4" nut I'm supposed to apply a wrench to in order to manually move the slides in or out.

Turns out that out of ALL Power Grear's documents... The one you want is the ONLY one that shows the missing (on my slides) 3/4' nut!!!

Which is why I know where it is. (The document that is)
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gear driven slide

only adj. not given by power gear is top to bottom attitude slide hits hard on the bottom but the top is still half an inch out,also the leading edge inside is hard in the floor.
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any ideas on how to adj. top to bottom? touchson the bottom but not on top. by the way the nut you are refering to is on the jack shaft oppposite the motor
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