Originally Posted by edgewant
Any tips you can provide about removing the trim would be very welcome. I dread the day I have to get into this repair but it is probably inevitable.
I intend to use a putty knife and small pry bar to SLOWLY work it off. If I can't fix it myself, read on:
To anyone reading this thread and in the northern Ohio area:
After Camping World told me I have to bring it in so they can see what's wrong and then bring it back after an appointment is set up and then add up to another month to get it fixed, I decided NEVER to go to camping world again. (Oh boy. Now I'm going to hear from the crowd that tells me how un-realistict I am)
On the corners of Rt 83 and Rt 82, there is a place called Jim's Trailer Sales. I've known the owners for a few years. They sell Forest River products among Jayco and others. No diesel pushers at this time. Mostly 5er's and TT's. I told him that a cable came off or broke on the slide and they said they would do the warranty work. They further said, if they have any parts needed in stock I can wait there for it AND watch the techs fix it so I can learn how. How great is that ????