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Old 08-28-2015, 12:34 PM   #1
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Slide out question

On my 2014 30re when I slide the slide out the wood trim (towards the rear of camper) moves a little like the slide out is going out to far. Is there an adjustment that came be made?
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Had the same issue, my dealer made the adjustment.
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Old 08-29-2015, 12:12 PM   #3
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Per the Lippert slide out manual, there is a round silver can on a threaded rod, called a "stop can". Adjusting the position of the outer two nuts (the ones attached to the actual bracket on the slide-out will fix the problem.

Adjusting room so it seals in the OUT position
1. Locate actuator coming through the frame.
2. On the end of the actuator there is a threaded shaft mounted
to the bracket with 3 nuts and a stop can.
3. Move one of the 1” nuts (Jam Nut-2 or Nylock Nut) one way
or the other– this will change the location of your seal going
to the “out position”.
4. Make sure all nuts are tight.
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Old 09-08-2015, 01:03 PM   #4
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Where is this threaded rod?
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Where is this threaded rod?
Click on this link and look at page 11.

http://primetimerv.com/download/Comp...tionManual.pdf
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Old 09-14-2015, 09:08 AM   #6
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Hum I can't seem to find the adjuster, is it underneath? I dropped the cover some but couldn't find it. Didn't want to drop it completely until I found out it was under there
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Per the Lippert slide out manual, there is a round silver can on a threaded rod, called a "stop can". Adjusting the position of the outer two nuts (the ones attached to the actual bracket on the slide-out will fix the problem.

Adjusting room so it seals in the OUT position
1. Locate actuator coming through the frame.
2. On the end of the actuator there is a threaded shaft mounted
to the bracket with 3 nuts and a stop can.
3. Move one of the 1” nuts (Jam Nut-2 or Nylock Nut) one way
or the other– this will change the location of your seal going
to the “out position”.
4. Make sure all nuts are tight.
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Click on this link and look at page 11.

http://primetimerv.com/download/Comp...tionManual.pdf

You shouldn't have to drop the membrane if you have the slide system Larry has the link to.
Just follow what the instructions stated.
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Do the newer slide systems have the same "stop can"?
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Do the newer slide systems have the same "stop can"?
Crossroads switched to the Schwintek system a few yrs ago, then switched back to standard Lippert gear system. But different brands within CR probably didn't switch at the same time and model years are not a good identifier. If the slide out has two aluminum slotted guides on each side, then it is the Schwintek system. Otherwise, it should be the Lippert underfloor gear system.
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I think Larry I read some where that they have gone to the BAL cable system on some units.
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Mine has the aluminum worm looking guides, the slide out goes out to far on the front part, it's done got the wood trim loose on the rear from it going out to far. The first pic is the front second is the rear
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See how the foam is smashed more on the front
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Here's another pic of rear with foam lined up
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You have a Schwintek slide system. Here's a video to help re-time the system.
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