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Old 06-13-2015, 09:17 AM   #1
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Diagram for a slide

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I have a 2004 Winnebago Itasca 33 ft with a Ford Chassis V10. The slide works fine, but when it is open there is a part of the weather stripping that is hanging down. It hasn't caused any problems (that we know of) and it hangs down from the middle. Area is too small to crawl in and I cannot find diagram for a slide (Kwikee) or electrical or weather proofing diagram at all for slides. Any ideas?


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You could remove the slide to repair the weatherstripping, but that might be a bit extreme. I'd check with an experienced service center to see if they think it needs repair.
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Has your flooring been replaced?
Because mine looked like that because they didn't remove the old carpet all the way. I had to go under the rv with a rock knife and trim it off.


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