Originally Posted by Barbaraok
Try sprinkling baking soda on carpets ...
I put old slick placemats...
Another two great ideas. I'll also pass along to the other owners about starting/stopping slide retraction.
We were provisioning and doing the pre-departure stuff today outdoors, I motored out the slides an inch at a time and inspected the seals. They look like new. The contact is uniform along the slide and seems optimum. One item: the Prevost upper slide sfc is glossy, my Fleetwood is a matte finish. I don't think such a rough sfc is conducive to effective squeegee action as the slide is retracted.
I experimented on behalf of Power Gear hydraulics users, found that holding the MANUAL switch down after the automatic leveling is complete then allowed me to then briefly press either the FRONT or REAR buttons for momentary tandem extension of the front/rear jacks. Hold MANUAL for 5 seconds and release. Then, momentarily push the FRONT or REAR button. You'll hear the jack actuate. Just a couple of seconds brought my level to the margin. Good for the refrigerator, yet just enough incline to allow water shedding.
Once again, kudos to everyone for the great ideas.