I took my coach in to General RV for a couple of minor things and the Service writer pointed out that the full slide was not completely in at the rear. On examination we discovered a broken cable. while they were fixing that cable they found that the others had been installed poorly and were rubbing and chafing and had to be replaced I appreciate the professionalism at General RV and their ability to catch a MAJOR problem before it hit out on the road somewhere. I suggest all folks with slides have their cables checked for wear from time to time. Just an FYI
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