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Old 07-12-2011, 07:31 PM   #1
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Removing sliding/mirrored closet doors in bedroom

Has anyone ever removed the sliding/mirrored closet doors in their Newmar product? We have a 2002 Newmar and the mirror has broken on one of the doors and we need to remove them in order to install new ones. Any hints from someone who has had to do this?
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Mine is some other model,but it has plastic clips at the top of the siding doors at each corner of the sliders,loosened them, picked up the door a little and out they came. They tend to be on the heavy side on mine.

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Old 07-15-2011, 10:47 PM   #3
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mirror doors

we didnt take our doors out but husband replace plastic clips with metal ones sold at newmar parts dept much better than plastic.
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Old 07-16-2011, 05:25 AM   #4
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don't have answer to door removal, but need help in finding fuses for the cruise control on a SMART WHEEL steering wheel on a 2002 MADP, 40 foot, # 4097

I looked , found a 5amp smart wheel fuse blown, replaced it, but cruise still doesn't work. the idle- up feature , from 500 rpm to 1,000 rpm turn on/off on cruise control buttons.

where are the fuses???

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I also had an`02 Newmar and had many problems with those doors. Our model had the wardrobe on curbside over rear wheels and the doors jumped out of the track many times before we somewhat solved the issue.
There are plastic guides on the bottom of the door, remove the screws from these and doors will lift out of top track.Inspect top track for damage, ours was swprumg allowing wheels to slip right out on moderately bumpy road. Dealer got me a much heavier duty track from Newmar.
PM me and I will give you all the details as to how we finally sesolved this.
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don't have answer to door removal, but need help in finding fuses for the cruise control on a SMART WHEEL steering wheel on a 2002 MADP, 40 foot, # 4097

I looked , found a 5amp smart wheel fuse blown, replaced it, but cruise still doesn't work. the idle- up feature , from 500 rpm to 1,000 rpm turn on/off on cruise control buttons.

where are the fuses???

Thanx in advance

AJ Aime
Don't know where your fuses are but here is a schematic that might help.
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