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Old 04-21-2013, 03:52 AM   #1
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Was in the TT (zinger 26BL) the other day.Noticed part of the dinette is pulling away from the wall. to give you an idea of layout both the u dinette and the pullout sofa are on the slide. The seat back of the dinette (in the middle of the slide) is pulling out. also part of the set along the wall (again close to middle of the slide) is pulling out. Not sure of the cause or how to fix it. Here are some pics.











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Old 04-21-2013, 06:23 AM   #2
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The slide-outs flex a lot more than most people are aware of. Floor and walls do not move together, so if the dinette is attached to both and a lot of weight is carried inside the dinette base, what you are seeing is very likely. Not sure what you can do about it. Also, it is not a good idea to walk on the slide-out floor with the s.o. retracted.
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Old 04-21-2013, 06:45 AM   #3
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unfortunately while traveling we have to climb over dinette to get to bathroom. funny part is the part we climb over isn't pulling out. we do keep a couple of soda boxes in the drawer on that side of the dinette. we can move these to cabinets and put something lighter in that drawer. would leaving it alone and not fixing it be a bad thing? Edited by: anaro
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Just stepping on the center of the slide can cause this, perhaps a few blocks under the slide out edge if you must step or climb on it?
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Old 04-21-2013, 09:30 AM   #5
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well took DH out o storage lot to look at it today. Looks like the best fix right now is to drill some screws to reinforce the seat ( there appears to be a wooden beam running parallel to it. we will put some brackets to reattach the seat to the wall. We will probably do this next weekend. I will try to post pics when done. I moved the sodas out already. Thanks.
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Your post shows it is a 2011 model. Any warranty from Crossroads left?
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