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Old 05-27-2014, 01:15 PM   #1
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Slide Out Issue (Sticking)

On my 26' TT, the kitchen and sofa are in the 18" Slide out.. All has worked well until this camping trip. When you extend the slide out, there is a loud scraping sound, the slide bumps up and then goes out just fine.. When bringing it in, all goes well until the last 6 inches or so when the scraping sound again happens before the slide fully retracts. I have looked between the floor and the slide out frame and cant see anything that could be causing this. The gears on the underside are clean and lubricated with a dry type lubricant. When stored or extended, all seals appear as they should be. The only place where I can see wood on wood even being close is the end of the slide out section where it is next to an installed cabinet.. but that has never been an issue before. Is there some kind of horizontal adjustment on the slide out that I could make or is this an issue for the repair shop when I get home? I think I have a Lippert electric slide out system.
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