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Old 02-17-2015, 09:29 AM   #21
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No mine is hydraulic
Then your ram is not extending it enough, might need to be blead off.
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Old 02-17-2015, 10:06 AM   #22
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Here is the link to the manual http://lci1.com/assets/content/suppo...de-out-web.pdf
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Old 02-17-2015, 10:15 AM   #25
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How does the inside of the slider look? Does the frame of the slider set equal distance all the way to the inside wall? This would be where the gasket seal snugs up. If there gaps along the wall this would be where to start.
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It is tight at the top against the wall to a 3/4" gap at the bottom both sides.
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Sounds like the cylinder is not extending fully or your cylinder adjustment is off check and see if back cylinder nut has backed off and not pushing the slide out fully check the manual for this adjustment it shows how it should be. On page 16 of the PDF file.
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There is 4" between nuts but the nut that pushes out has a jam nut next to it, and real rusty so I doubt it backed loose. But if I wedge something between the nuts and the bracket when extending it just bends the bracket out and doesn't push the slide out anymore
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Also may want to check under slide at seal where floor drops down for something caught in that area you might be able to see that better if you pull in slide slightly as it lifts the floor up to clear other floor possibly it has dragged the bottom seal into that area and is causing your problem.
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On mine in the corners were the carpet covers it is a plastic wear piece to let it lift over and drop into floor. Is it possible that the plastic is broken and is jamming the slide. I could see that as a possibility.
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