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Old 05-15-2020, 03:53 PM   #1
DebbieM
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Rear Cap Problem on Montana 3582

We believe we have a problem with our 2013 Montana 3582RL. We think the rear cap is disconnected somewhere to the frame. When you push on the side walls to the rear, inside or outside, it visibly moves. We think a weld or something else broke on the frame connecting the walls to the bottom rear of the frame. Just about to look into it more closely but wondering if anyone has had a problem with this? I didn't find anything on the MOC or YouTube or any internet search. This may or may not be why our 2 slides on the sides seem to be "pushed forward" all of a sudden as well.

Thank you for any ideas.
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Old 05-15-2020, 04:05 PM   #2
mazboy
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i have a 2013 3402....we had to take the back off. It isn't difficult to take off but you need a couple of people. You have to take the window off, disconnect the wires and the caulking up at the top. There is nothing to do with welds or frames...at least in my RV.

As I remember it is just attached by screws and the insulation is a pain to re install.
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