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Old 02-18-2011, 07:36 PM   #1
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Slideout for 2010 Coachman Freelander Dreamer

Howdy Neighbors,

It is finally happening, my slideout is starting to hiccup.

One side of the slide is not pulling in, or sliding out (at the same point in its travel) but can be aided, pushed, persuaded and moved past the "dead" (either direction) point by hand to complete either a total in or out position.

I'm looking for a schematic of the motor/gear/rail assembly
**anyone?**. I don't want to start removing furniture and dismantling the slidout flooring unless completley necessary. I just can not visualize how the motor engages the two rails.

No schematic available??? If someone could describe how this thing works, I'm visual/tactile.

Thanks a bunch for any help..

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