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Old 06-20-2016, 11:59 AM   #1
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2005 Cascade Questions

My parents bought a used 2005 Coachmen Cascade 26RBS. There have been a few minor issues that we've fixed, but there are two things that are currently stumping us:

1) The screen door sticks at the top. I've read many places online about the screen door sagging and dragging at the bottom, but this is odd because it's at the top. People suggested bending the hinges for the dragging, but don't give much description on what they are doing to bend them. Bend them which way? Or is a turnbuckle a better option? Any other suggestions?

2) There is a switch in the rear storage compartment - it's one of the standard oval rocker light switches, but it doesn't seem to do anything. There's no indication that there was ever a light in there (no wires, no holes where a light might have been), although it would make sense. There is a "socket" above the switch that looks more like a 1/4" headphone jack than any sort of light socket, and even if it was a light bulb socket, it would be a tiny bulb with no cover that wouldn't offer much light. Does anyone have any info on this?

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Old 06-20-2016, 03:05 PM   #2
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Adjust the screen door like one would a car dood.....take a block of wood and hold it at top hinge side of screen door and close door on it.....just not all the can measure the door ( like an X) to find out if it's the door or frame....
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