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Old 03-05-2022, 09:03 PM   #1
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Our slide leans inward at the top when extended. It goes in and out fine, and the bottom is flush inside. Also, the camper is level. Does anyone else have this issue? Thanks, I'm new to travel trailers.
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Is the seal made all the way around, or is there a gap? Main issue is the seal needs to be compressed and doing it's job. Otherwise you may need to do some adjustments, like the rollers under your slide may need (height) adjusted.
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Thanks @RY469, I will tell my hubby to check the seal. He can't see very well to check the rollers but we will get someone to check for us.
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THE INNER LEAN AT TOP IS NORMAL/ design, e.g bottom drive, if Bottom hit first when retracting, you could never pull top in and be water-tight. Watch when retracting, top touches and stops, and bottom continues, and you see slide floor start to lift inside after top touches and bottom still moving, as bottom seats gaskets.
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Thanks @RY469, I will tell my hubby to check the seal. He can't see very well to check the rollers but we will get someone to check for us.
Once the slide is all the way out, run your fingers around the seal from inside. Should be no gap.
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