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Old 01-22-2018, 10:26 PM   #1
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Closet doors

3791RD..sliding closet doors will not stay closed when coach is level. Both roll to the left
(drivers side). I have zero the system a couple of times and had the dealership check also. Anyone have the same issue and found a fix?
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Old 01-23-2018, 08:01 AM   #2
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Are you using a good manual level to determine your unit is level before recalibrating your Level Up? We had this same issue and that's what I did to correct it.
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Same here, used a good level and it was off to the drivers side. Before we accepted the rig we also had them shim it up some because it was wicked bad before that.
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3791RD..sliding closet doors will not stay closed when coach is level. Both roll to the left
(drivers side). I have zero the system a couple of times and had the dealership check also. Anyone have the same issue and found a fix?
the best level indicator is water.. Put some water in something you can see through, if you need to, have it marked all the way around. fill it to the line and set it on the floor, it will tell the tale.

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the best level indicator is water..
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Poor man's bubble level. Good idea.
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Is your fiver out of level or the closet track out of level? Check it with a good level.

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My closet door came apart in the upper left corner, the inside door. To ndo a repair I will need to remove both doors but cannot figure how to remove both doors. Not enough room to remove rollers. Will the top frame that holds rollers need to be removed to get doors out?
Thanks for any suggestions,
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My closet door came apart in the upper left corner, the inside door. To ndo a repair I will need to remove both doors but cannot figure how to remove both doors. Not enough room to remove rollers. Will the top frame that holds rollers need to be removed to get doors out?
Thanks for any suggestions,
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There are release tabs on the slides used on the full extension slides that operate the closet doors. IF you can get to them. I found that it was easier to extend the slides and remove the screws, this requires being inside the closet. It's not fun but it can be done.

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