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Old 05-27-2010, 08:50 PM   #1
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Puma 31 BHSS Rear slide issues

Hi all, we recently purchased a 2010 Puma 31BHSS and just returned from our maiden voyage last weekend. Really love the unit but have one issue that puzzels me. When we went to leave as we brought in the rear slide it never bottomed out so to speak. So I tried to put it back out and it would not move even with a push. So I tried the manual crank and with very little effort it moved. From there on out the motor would take it out all the way. When we brought it back in, same issue. Is there a stop that may be out of adjustment allowing it to come in slightly to far and maybe wedge? It's not a major issue but where it's brand new it is frustrating. Any help or ideas are apreceiated. Thanks.

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Old 05-28-2010, 06:21 AM   #2
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There's not a stop per-se that I'm aware of. The recommended way to do it is to listen closely to the motor and stop the slide as soon as you hear the motor start to strain.
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