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Old 08-12-2010, 05:02 PM   #1
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Slide out maintenance

Recently purchased Lexington b+ motorhome with three slids,our first r/v with slids. Is there any maintenance which I should perform?
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Old 08-12-2010, 06:40 PM   #2
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Recently purchased Lexington b+ motorhome with three slids,our first r/v with slids. Is there any maintenance which I should perform?
This is one of the first concerns that I had when we bought our 24' Navion with a single slide. The people at lazy days in S. Florida directed us to the owners manual and recommended a spray lubiricant type product for the seals. I read that " should " the electrical portion of the slide fail the maintenance tool box should have a socket ( 12 point I think ) to open or retract with out the electrical comfort of a push botton? The same may be true for you so give the ole' book read.
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A good lubricant and protector to use for the rubber seals is aerospace 303.
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