Originally Posted by Total Loss
I may try to pull a motor off and see if it moves- further in.
Probably just off a tooth or 2 top to bottom.
Before you even attempt this, take a framing square and check and see if the side rails are perpendicular to the cabin. The tolerances are pretty tight and they can be only so far out, without causing problems. then take a level and check to see if all the surfaces are at the same angle. If there is a twist in your slide out frame, the adjustment won't work.
I stopped by A & S RV Center a bit ago to check the status of our Sunseeker. Water Heater Ignition control board ordered and awaiting delivery. Slide out motors were indeed wired backwards (#1 towards driver/#2 towards rear) and for some reason the slide-out control module doesn't like that. Once they got the motor wiring staightened out (#2 motor towards driver/#1 towards rear) and the polarity of the motors reversed so they would run the correct direction when actuating the slide with the rocker switch. The error codes went away.
If your ever in the Metro Detroit area and need a service dealer, look up A & S RV Center, Auburn Hills, MI. Unfortunately they only do warranty service on a couple Forest River motorhomes, fortunately for us, they are an authorized Sunseeker repair facility. BTW they are a Route 66 facility.
I also need to thank Brian Meeks of Forest River and Rick Danz of A & S RV Center for not only putting up with this old man but also going the extra mile to get our motorhome serviced and to get the proper departments talking to each other on the slide-out alignment issue
YES, they are working on a solution. Brian and Rick took the initiative to get this issue resolved. They have the factory, Liebert Swinteck, and the Forest River technical services department working on the problem and seeking a solution. At this stage of the game, they even have the factory attempting to simulate the problem in search of a solution.
The reason I said "STOP" is that our RV has been ajusted as far as it can be and still has the gap at the bottom. Your's may also and exceeding the tolerences may cause binding and breakage.
At least now the right people are aware of the issue and working on a solution. Maybe, we can get Brian to get the right people working on the Curt Brake Module issue once the slide out issue is resolved.