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Old 06-28-2016, 02:42 PM   #11
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My issue in the windows by the drivers seat. What makes it worse is I identified the problem and took it to warranty. They say they fixed it and after about 5 hours I am ready to stop and jump from a bridge.. I found closing the windows by the driver and passenger with some tissue paper stops it. I am thinking of getting the self adhesive felt that you get for your sliding glass doors and putting it in the track of the window. I will let you know how it goes! Happy hunting!
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Old 06-28-2016, 03:09 PM   #12
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Boy, if anyone has ideas for cutting back on the rattle from the table
I'm all ears.

I generally ride with the table banked down like a bed. In the upright
position, the rattling is off the charts.
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Old 06-28-2016, 03:14 PM   #13
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My upper pax side cabinet above the dash clicks open and close on bumpy roads. Gotta find felt dots for chair feet to dampen the sound.
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Old 06-28-2016, 03:40 PM   #14
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I can live with most squeaks however the one coming from our Furrion microwave/convection oven is awful. I want to stab my eardrums it is so bad. The problem is the noise is high pitched, loud, and constant regardless of road condition.

If anyone has any tips to reduce this squeak I would be so thankful!
I have same issue. Sounds like friction between microwave and "styrofoam" sqeeking It wasn't t there from the get go but at Abt 10K miles it started I would think the support screws/bracket need tighten. I' not yet approached the problem to resolve Will inform when resolved
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Old 06-28-2016, 04:39 PM   #15
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Did you get an alignment? After I got an alignment, most noise went away.

FR will reimburse if within 90 days of purchase.
How do you go about getting FR to remberse you?
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Old 06-28-2016, 07:24 PM   #16
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I often pull the side shades down to the top of the side mirrors when the sun is coming on on one side or the other, there was a very thin piece of felt tape that did absolutely nothing for the banging that would occur, a well place thicker felt button at each end where it bangs the window frame worked like a charm. I do like the idea of running a thin strip of felt tape inside the window track, we often have some noise coming from the driver or passenger window, my wife did the tissue paper trick and that help as a temp fix.

My biggest problem is with the squeaks and noises from the passenger seat, and found that the best way to deal with it is while traveling and boondocking in the ye olde Wallyworld Campgrounds I get up at zero dark thirty, usually about 4am pull in the slides, have the child in the top bunk get in bed with mom and hit the road. With careful driving (staying off the rumble strips and potholes) I can get 4 maybe 5 hours down the road before the pesky squeaking starts for the day... I might try the teflon spray trick, but really don't think she'll like that much!
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How do you go about getting FR to remberse you?
You phone and ask. They will authorize it only if you submit the printout from the alignment machine showing it was off enough to justify an alignment.

Mine was dead on, maximum toe in so I got stuck with the alignment check fee. They did the CHF at the same time so I was pretty happy all around.
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Modmike, interesting your reimbursement for the alignment was only if it needed adjustment. How in the world would you know it needed adjustment or not until it's on the rack or whatever alignment tool? Mine only required a minor adjustment, sent the receipt to Forest River and got reimbursed, never heard the it has to be out sort of thing.
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The 351 & 364 Squeaks & Creaks remediation thread

Jeff,

For another nice piece of steak, I promise not to tell your squeaky wife......

Charles
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[QUOTE=Modmike;1242678]You phone and ask. They will authorize it only if you submit the printout from the alignment machine showing it was off enough to justify an alignment.

Mine was dead on, maximum toe in so I got stuck with the alignment check fee. They did the CHF at the same time so I was pretty happy all around.[/QUOTE

Granted mine is a few years old, but when I called I was just told to email them the receipt. Not sure on the amount, I believe they would only reimburse up to $350 and you had to call FR before having it done.
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