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Old 05-09-2016, 04:55 PM   #1
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Electric Steps

The steps on my rv seem to be loose when I step on them. How do I tighten them??

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I'd get under it and see where the play is and then tighten that up. It's all just nuts and bolts, nothin fancy.

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It depends on what type of steps you have. If they are Kwikee Steps, download the manual and there will be instructions for adjusting the cam stops. Chuck
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There are some youtube videos on this subject. In the link below at about 3:15 he shows the bolts used to adjust the Kwikee brand steps.

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