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Old 05-22-2018, 05:54 PM   #1
Bill and Jan
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All three slides coming out while I'm driving.

Bill isn't allowed to drive for a few more days so I've been doing the driving. At a rest area I noticed all three slides out a couple of inches. I thought maybe I hadn't had them in all the way. Today it happened again. My driving isn't really that bad.
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Old 05-22-2018, 06:07 PM   #2
packnrat
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there are these " pogo" sticks you can use inside the coach to hold them in place.
just at the cheap end some alu round tubing with crutch foot tips on them. cut to be a very snug fit but not 90% angle. need to fit tight so as to not fall out.
or at the pricy end, home depo has thes short load locks with a cam device to make tight. be carful about making too tight or parts will bend/ break.
as far as i know no rv manf makes there slides with any kind of a lock.
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Old 05-22-2018, 07:00 PM   #3
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Jan-- It sounds like you either have air in the hydraulic lines or you have a gasket that is leaking. This normally happens when it is colder and starts to warm up. You can hook up the unit and try to recyle the level-up system and slide system numerous time and see if this helps and purges any air out of the lines. If not, we will see you in Sedalia and we'll see what we can do. Maybe Lippert will have a booth there and they may be able to help us out also.
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