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Old 08-14-2017, 03:56 PM   #1
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I have a slide out that creeps in on the bottom. I'm level and I extend the slide out all the way. I will hear continual creaking and eventually the slide out is noticeably out of plumb. I press the slide out button and it moves out a couple of inches. This only happens to one slide out only. The other three are fine. Ihave a Monaco Dynasty.
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year of coach, and brand of levelers, or slide system would help. if its hwh, the extend solenoid for that room is leaking internally. replacing it should solve the problem. equalizing cylinder would cause the same problem, but it would move a lot more if that happened.
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Leaky valves in system.
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Agree with above, solenoid leaking. Had ours replaced when slide began creeping. Ours is located under front step, they recommend replacing both. I recall them being $2-300 each! You should check the fluid level first and make sure the bleed valves on the top of the solenoid are snug.
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Old 08-18-2017, 12:33 PM   #6
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Thanks so much for advice. Will be checking with manufacturer as to location of solenoid. I have a 2008 Monaco Dynasty.
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