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Old 09-17-2013, 12:35 PM   #11
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I see....you can click on the little four squares on the top left, and see the page numbers you can select! Whew!
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Old 09-17-2013, 12:40 PM   #12
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Haha, I actually landed right there on the first link no problem! That looks like a blast! Yeah, i have a feeling warranty work for me is going to be a real issue as well so this could be a really good option. Thanks for the great info!!!
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Old 09-17-2013, 12:47 PM   #13
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Haha, I actually landed right there on the first link no problem! That looks like a blast! Yeah, i have a feeling warranty work for me is going to be a real issue as well so this could be a really good option. Thanks for the great info!!!
Glad to help! If you go to the Forest River Owners Group website, you can sign up for free, and that is where you will get all the info on rally's and registrations as they set them up! Goshen sign up starts around January I believe, and you'll want to sign up quickly. Not for space, but for full hook ups. I think the first 100 get full, then everyone else gets water and electric. A dump truck comes around once during the week, so folks can dump!

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Old 09-22-2013, 08:52 PM   #14
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sponge, Sorry it it took so long to get back. Our shop has been swamped getting bikes ready for a motorcycle run in Reno called Street Vibrations. Have been working late into the night.

Today I looked at my pull down screen. I guess I'm lucky my screen is in both tracks by approx. 3/8-1/2" from top to bottom. I did notice that the track is screwed to the frame from the inside. There is approximately 5 screws on each side. I was not able to tell if the rail is slotted in the area of the screws. If they are it might be as simple adjusting the track to take up the gaps, or maybe they did not install the tracks straight.
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Thanks for the feedback and no worries on taking a while. I appreciate it! Yeah, I definitely don't think it is quite that far in to the channels. Hopefully I can adjust it slightly as it is a great design overall.
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To fix the screen door so that it stays down, just loosen the screw on the magnet a little. Because the floor is not flat, when the magnet is tightened down all the way, only the very edge of the magnet makes contact with the metal plate. By loosening the screw the magnet will tilt and make full contact with the metal - then the screen stays down.
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To fix the screen door so that it stays down, just loosen the screw on the magnet a little. Because the floor is not flat, when the magnet is tightened down all the way, only the very edge of the magnet makes contact with the metal plate. By loosening the screw the magnet will tilt and make full contact with the metal - then the screen stays down.
Thanks for the tip ! I will try this, :trink39
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