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Old 10-06-2010, 08:20 PM   #1
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Slide problem?

I just got my Pace Arrow back from C/world after they put in a new Slide motor on the large slideout. The slide is going out and back in, but seems to drag the carpet much more then it did before the old motor gave out. The old Motor allowed the slide to inch out while driving and would not hold the slide up level when all the way in. Does this need to be adjusted?
I want to replace the carpet with Vinyl and not sure if this is possible with
the slide draging.

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Old 10-07-2010, 02:43 AM   #2
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I would call the service manager and ask if any adjustments were made to the slide out after the motor was replaced. If so, then they need to re-adjust it again. If not, ask him why it would be dragging now, if they just had to replace the motor. Actually, if the old motor was working but the slide would just not staying in position, they only had to replace the brake on the motor and not the whole motor but no adjustments were probably made or had to for this repair.
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