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Old 09-06-2013, 10:13 AM   #1
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Help with electric slide 2005 allure Country Coach

We are camped and went to put my electric slide out and my sister was steping on one side so it stoped that side and went croocked for a bit. Now the opposite side won't move unless we push it in or out how do I reset the system or adjust it back to normal? We are in a RV park
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Old 09-06-2013, 10:59 AM   #2
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Should correct itself if you get both sides all the way out or in. May have to do a manual in or out to get the alignment right
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Fixed it. It was a bolt that broke on one side 44 cent fix
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Probably the cheapest fix on the site. Better buy a Lottery ticket tonight Lucky Dog. Glad you got it going
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Old 09-08-2013, 06:07 AM   #5
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Fixed it. It was a bolt that broke on one side 44 cent fix
If you have a Power Gear slide system, keep an eye on that bolt. Power Gear uses a special bolt and nut, and replacing it with one from the hardware store will get the slide working again, but it may not last.

The Power Gear bolt is Grade 8 and has a longer than usual unthreaded section. The nut has recessed threads on the bottom side allow it to draw up tight against the shaft with the longer threads on the bolt. The bolt also has to be torqued to the proper specs.

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