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Old 07-14-2013, 03:18 PM   #1
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Bedroom Dresser Slide

I know the bedroom dresser slide has rollers attached to the slide that move with the slide, my question is are there rollers attached to the coach floor right up against the outside wall that keep the slide level when in the in position. If so are these adjustable as it appears to me like mine are out of adjustment allowing the front of the slide to drop lower than the rear thus causing the gap and overlap your see in the last 2 photos. The first 2 are viewed from underneath the slide which show the front to be lower then the rear and beginning to wear into the molding surrounding the slide hole cutout. Any thoughts would be appreciated. I have tried the search feature but can locate comments all other slides but not this one.
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Old 07-14-2013, 03:54 PM   #2
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Here is a thread about same slide, as long as rollers are OK slide should track straight in as long as coach is level.
If you have a slide topper some have found them to tight when slide moves out causing the bottom of slide to move and top has to catch up causing alinement problems.
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