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Old 09-07-2016, 12:11 PM   #1
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Sagging slide out ceiling/roof

The main slide out roof/ceiling is sagging on my 2010 Georgetown 378. Anyone else having this problems? Any suggestions?
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Old 09-08-2016, 04:22 PM   #2
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This is a first for the 378 model and I have not seen or heard of anyone having it happen to them.
I thought the top of the slide was metal covered with something.
If its inside only then the cabinets and roof mush have shaken loose.
I would like to see some pictures please.
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Old 09-08-2016, 04:46 PM   #3
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Iggy, hey how ya doing? I did get a call back from Cel Lopez of FR who also wants me to send photos. I will add them here. I put a string from one end to another, there's about a 1 inch drop in the middle. Looking on the outside top of the slide out, there is just the laminated roof material and you can clearly see the droop as well.

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Iggy, hey how ya doing? I did get a call back from Cel Lopez of FR who also wants me to send photos. I will add them here. I put a string from one end to another, there's about a 1 inch drop in the middle. Looking on the outside top of the slide out, there is just the laminated roof material and you can clearly see the droop as well.

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Hi Matt
Sorry to hear about the sag in the slide. Hopefully Lopez will help.
We will just have to wait and see if he can do anything.
We are home in warm Arizona. Good to be home.
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378 slide drooping

We have an 2008 - 378 and our main slide is also drooped about 1 inch in the center. I assume it is the weight of the angle cupboard that is the problem. I put a support post from the top of the counter to the bottom of the cupboard which seems to have stopped the droop from increasing. Hope you will post your answer from FR.
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