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Old 06-20-2021, 10:02 AM   #1
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New Aire Slide Adjustments

We have a 2019 Newmar New Aire 3343.

The full wall slide, on the passengers side, has slipped down on the front leading corner. When retracted, it no longer sits flush with the coach. It looks like it is sitting 1/4 too low and is scratching the trim.

Iíve checked all the rollers and they look fine. Iíve tried several camping spots and some were perfectly level and still can not get the reveal back to flush. Iíve called Newmar twice and never got through, Iíve also sent two emails per their phone support system.

Is there an adjust that I can make to raise the front part of the slide by 1/4Ē?

On the road traveling full time.

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Chuck
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We have a 2019 Newmar New Aire 3343.

The full wall slide, on the passengers side, has slipped down on the front leading corner. When retracted, it no longer sits flush with the coach. It looks like it is sitting 1/4 too low and is scratching the trim.

Iíve checked all the rollers and they look fine. Iíve tried several camping spots and some were perfectly level and still can not get the reveal back to flush. Iíve called Newmar twice and never got through, Iíve also sent two emails per their phone support system.

Is there an adjust that I can make to raise the front part of the slide by 1/4Ē?

On the road traveling full time.

ThanksÖ

Chuck
Do they not still have the 24/7 brand specialists available to call?
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Old 06-20-2021, 02:17 PM   #3
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Newmar has different configurations from coach to coach, but there should be a height adjuster, near the outer edge of the slide at both ends. Double nutted stud, loosen the double nuts and then adjust the stud, lifting that end. Bring the slide in and match the paint work. It may take a couple of tries.
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I called both the general service number and the band specialist. Their voicemail said that due to high volumes there is a longer wait time than usual. They when went on to recommend email..

thanks for the thought
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I was hoping that there was a nut to adjust. I see nothing on the outside or underneath. Maybe I’m looking at the wrong place.

The slide mechanism is the HWH Level Out Slide.

Thanks.

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Front Roller

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I was hoping that there was a nut to adjust. I see nothing on the outside or underneath. Maybe Iím looking at the wrong place.

The slide mechanism is the HWH Level Out Slide.

Thanks.

Chuck

On mine there is an adjustment for the front roller under the front booth seat. You have to take the drawer out to see it.
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Thanks. Found it. The securing nut was completely loose. I’ll have to experiment a little and see which way helps.

Thank you.

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Cool. Glad it worked out for you.
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