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Old 09-12-2013, 08:28 PM   #1
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Living Room Slide adjustment

Its maintenance time again and I am finding new things to fix. I noticed light coming in from the bottom of the front edge of the living room slide when the slide is fully extended. The foam rubber seal does not touch the interior wall at the bottom but it does lightly touch at the top. There is about 1/2 inch of clearance at the bottom. The rear (opposite) side of the slide does not have any clearance and seems tight at the bottom and the top. When the slide is in, the exterior seems to be properly seated and is flush with the exterior wall at all four corners. I've noticed a long threaded shaft at the front under the slide that has two nuts attached to the bottom front of the slide and two more nuts on this shaft half way between the end of the shaft and the exterior wall of the MH. Can I adjust the location of one or both sets of these nuts to extend the outward motion of the front to the slide by about 1/2 to 3/4 of an inch and not affect the retracted position of the slide? Is there a proper procedure for this. This is on a 2007 Baystar 3202. I read the description of side adjustments in the oemy sections but I could not undestand it.
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Old 09-12-2013, 09:39 PM   #2
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In the QT's 1 & 2 link there is info about Newmar slides plus another link with pictures of stop rods, double nuts and out going stop nuts.
Read the Newmar slide spec first than take a look at pictures.
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