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Old 07-21-2010, 01:20 PM   #1
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Slider Manual Back-up Hardware & soot

I had recently purchased a 99-00 34V Pusher, and have been continually reviewing manuals provided in an effort to learn and understand the various systems. The manual indicates the 34V has a strap under the pull-out sofa and an attachment point in the floor under the galley sink cabinet. The strap I've found, however the only thing I found on the floor area under the sink cabinet was an unusually heavy covering of black soot. I've cleaned the area and inspected, but no attachment point of any kind. The winch is also nowhere to be found. The attachment point is a mystery and so is the heavy concentration of soot, both of which I'd like to remedy.
The placard on the door states I have an unfinished unit 8-99 and the title states 2000, that's why the 99-00 on the intro.

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What make of motorhome is it? 34v doesn't tell us much...
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I'm guessing it's some kind of Winnie but this thread might be more effective under the Winnie Owners Forum. Sorry but I don't have any insights to your questions but they're good ones.
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The strap connects from under the couch to the upper step of the entry door.
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Sorry Gary, I'm new at this, thought I was on the Winnebago forum and my tag lists Winnebago Club. Thanks for the reply, DriVer, has given me what I need to know.

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As usual DriVer you have given me what I needed to know, Thanks again.
Have any ideas on the sooty residue on the floor, looked carbon based.
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Thanks for the reply RickO, your right about the forum. I'm just not acclimated enough yet to the workings of ir2, but I did get an answer that solves part of my question. I do have a Winnie Pusher.
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