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Old 06-25-2015, 09:06 PM   #11
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Hey guys thanks for all the help. I double and triple checked tonight to make sure it was level. I raised the jacks then lowered them again on Auto and used a 4' level to be sure everything was level. It was just ever so slightly off so I manually leveled it but the bottom of the right track was still pressed hard against the vinyl. The left side has enough slack that I can stick my little finger underneath the metal V Bracket (Like a bed rail) when it's close to being closed. The right side (where the tear happened) is hard pressed against the vinyl and has no gap. I am using a Fibrenew guy on 8 July to have the floor repaired. I can bring the side in without damage if I push up as hard as I can on the upper portion as my wife brings in the slide.

Im going to look into the manual more thoroughly over the next few days and see if i can make the adjustment myself. Closest shop is 2 hours from here and backed up for 2 months.

I'll keep everyone posted.

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Old 06-26-2015, 07:54 AM   #12
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Duracell thank you for keeping us up to date. Sorry this happened to the floor in your RV. Please also give us all information on the service that fixes your floor. I keep a note book of all the great information on here, to help prevent issues and how to fix issues. It's everyone's help and support that makes RV ownership a breeze.

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