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Old 10-28-2010, 05:28 PM   #1
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slideout warning!

If you have a slideout with the retractable power cord on a 1/4 inch steel support rod check for rubs in open and closed position mine was rubbing the copper propane lines to the point of almost leaking !
It was repaired with 1/2 inch pvc conduit sleve over the rod
a rubber hose sleve for the copper and 2 wire ties

Not to mention the brake brakeaway switch thatwas TAPED ON

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Old 10-28-2010, 08:13 PM   #2
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we had a slider bend the hydrolic ram, and the slider was stuck in the open position. anyone else have the same issue?
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Old 10-28-2010, 08:25 PM   #3
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If you have a slideout with the retractable power cord on a 1/4 inch steel support rod check for rubs in open and closed position mine was rubbing the copper propane lines to the point of almost leaking !
It was repaired with 1/2 inch pvc conduit sleve over the rod
a rubber hose sleve for the copper and 2 wire ties

Not to mention the brake brakeaway switch thatwas TAPED ON

YOUR BEST FRIEND IS A GARAGE CREAPER AND A THROUGH INSPECTION
2007 cherokee 30f
I don't know what kind of rig you have but that sure sounds like a definite RECALL issue. You and your neighbors life are totally compromised with potential leaking propane.
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