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Old 03-17-2014, 07:30 AM   #1
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Endeavor slide acting up...

After replacing a burnt up slide out motor from a sticking IN/OUT switch situation, the slide out worked great.

But, for our recent Florida trip, it started acting up on the way home where the kitchen end would not move and the couch side would. It would cant and I'd have to have a family member push with all they had on the kitchen side to extend/retract the slide.

I can see that the lower part of the kitchen cabinet base looks to be making contact with the tile floor. This looks to be the reason.

Question:

Might the slide rollers be worn down affecting floor clearance. How and where can I check this. Is this something where the slide has to be removed to replace the rollers?

Is there an adjustment that can be made for floor to cabinet base clearance?
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Old 03-17-2014, 02:04 PM   #2
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I don`t have the Endeavor, but on our Camelot, you can remove the bottom of the cabinets, & there is an adjustment for the rollers -- Also, there are rollers that you can access in the bay, & they have an adjustment -- The floor of the cabinet will have probably, 4 screws that you remove -- William Willard
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Old 03-17-2014, 05:31 PM   #3
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Same coach, similar problem. The inside rollers are peeling a hard red coating. Anybody know who made the slide assembly and where to get new rollers?

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Old 03-17-2014, 06:16 PM   #4
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Try Lippert Componets -- They have an online store -- They supplied Monaco with slide outs -- William Willard
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Old 03-18-2014, 06:02 AM   #5
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Slide rollers

Try Cass-Hudson. I purchased rollers for our 2000 Diplomat. They sell direct and are reasonable. John
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Try Cass-Hudson. I purchased rollers for our 2000 Diplomat. They sell direct and are reasonable. John
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Had a similar issue with the slide on our '99 Diplomat, and your slide drive mechanism is probably the same. My problem turned out to be a slipping friction drive at the rear end of the slide's drive shaft. If that is your problem it is a simple task to tighten the friction collar. However, I found that mine had slipped so much that the 3-piece collet that drives the rear end of the shaft was badly worn and would not tighten enough to keep from slipping. I shimmed it up to make it tighten against the inside of the tapered receiver and that has held until I can get the needed repair part. If you need a parts list for the slide drive mechanism I can email the exploded view of parts for your slide.
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Old 03-20-2014, 05:27 AM   #8
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Same problem...

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Had a similar issue with the slide on our '99 Diplomat, and your slide drive mechanism is probably the same. My problem turned out to be a slipping friction drive at the rear end of the slide's drive shaft. If that is your problem it is a simple task to tighten the friction collar. However, I found that mine had slipped so much that the 3-piece collet that drives the rear end of the shaft was badly worn and would not tighten enough to keep from slipping. I shimmed it up to make it tighten against the inside of the tapered receiver and that has held until I can get the needed repair part. If you need a parts list for the slide drive mechanism I can email the exploded view of parts for your slide.
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