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Old 09-14-2012, 06:04 PM   #11
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Sorry it has taken so long to reply back. Since we were camping at the time of the original post, we experimented with a few of these ideas. We cranked the stabilizer jacks up enough to get all four off the ground. We then went back inside and repositioned the door so that it fit properly again (several of the plastic tabs need to be tightened and we can't find bit to fit screw). We then went back outside and ran the stabilizer jacks back down to where each lightly sat on the ground. We experienced no problems with the door the remainder of the camping trip. I believe you were correct that we had them down too far and had the box twisted to where everything was in a bind. No more door popping loose! Thank you so much for the suggestion. It truly did help with our problem! I hope this will also help someone else solve their problems as well. Happy campers again!

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