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Old 10-27-2013, 04:58 PM   #11
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So. I continued to work on this issue each time I went out this summer.

Meticulously leveled, awning in, owning out, measured to see if one side is lifting higher, rechecked meticulous leveling, re measured...

The only thing that helped was to NOT level the camper with the driver's side slightly higher. The whole thing would not be a problem except that the door tend to pop out of the top and it just concerns me not to mention the DW seems is distressed by this. (maybe my biggest factor )

I would love to take this in to the dealer for a fix; but out dealer has not been the best for repairs...

I guess I have more experimenting to do next season...

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