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Old 12-30-2012, 11:12 PM   #1
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Slide out gap

I took my 2012 revere 32ckds in for some warranty work and they advised me they adjusted the rear slide out because it was to tight. Now there is about an 3/4 inch gap on the left bottom side only. The right side is a perfect seal. The rubber is still making contact with the left side but just barely. When I asked the dealer they said its only a dust seal and that it is fine. They also said its very difficult to adjust and might make it worse. After doing research it looks easy to make adjustments. Has anyone experienced this?

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Old 12-31-2012, 04:27 AM   #2
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I had to adjust my own slide, It is really easy to do. If you have a Lippert frame, it will show you how to do it in your Manuel or get it off the internet. When I got my unit the decals all lined up. After some use I noticed that the decals where off by a good inch.I told them the side fell on the left side of the unit. They told me they adjusted it and it still looked the same to me. When I got home I readjusted it to even the decals. I had to pick up the left side. It was easy to do. You can adjust the stop and up and down with a few tools. It should seal TIGHT when pulled in. Your seal is more then just a DUST seal. Now it also moves in and out a lot easier and it is not binding.
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