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Old 06-10-2016, 12:42 PM   #1
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2013 3107DS rear slide not working right

Have had a regular issue with the aft rear slide that opens up the bunks opposite the head and the main bedroom. What occurs is the slide will go out and then one side will stop and the other keeps going for 2-3 sec and then stops. I have to hit the switch to reverse direction before the slide will work in the open direction. I have to do this multiple times before the slide reaches full extension. When I close it, the same issue happens. The two motors are not working in sync and it does not seem to be getting better.

I have lubed the track, the slide seals and still having a constant issue with this. The front slide works like a champ and opens and closes with no issues. I have looked on the forum for others with similar issues but with no luck. Any clues on where to start looking?
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