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Author: pestes - Replies: 4 - Views: 1228
As I posted about a month ago, the seal on 540's salon slide blew out. Driving out to Miami from OR or WA state wasn't really going to be an option for us. But as has been stated before, there appears to be zero history of anyone other than Newell replacing the seal on the salon. Lucky us -- an expensive job AND we get to be pioneers! On the plus side, we were in one of the few other places in the country where I felt we could probably find someone capable of doing the job -- not too far from Eu
Author: Donzi - Replies: 4 - Views: 1466
Vickie and I are heartbroken to be listing #611. After a year of investing time and money and getting everything dialed in she has to go.
We are coming out of retirement and starting an new business and need to be as liquid as possible. Many of you know #611 for those that don't this is some of what's been done over the last year. New Michelin's all the way around, new air compressor, all rebuilt air valves (actually no leak down), leveling system repaired at Holland Motors, new flat screens, n
Author: cknuth - Replies: 11 - Views: 1459
I admit I haven't read every existing post on this fertile subject but will share my question anyhow.    I can hear a leak - it's at the rear slide seal where it splits under the slide - clearly audible from the outside.    Can anyone tell me what I need to take apart to get to these components?

Thanks in advance,
Author: orbit1957 - Replies: 2 - Views: 657
Valid Slide Service Manual in PDF. Great manual with information that everyone needs.
Author: rossman - Replies: 3 - Views: 367
Hey Guys,
I new some help ASAP. My #1 slide, drivers side, front, made a loud pop sound when I extended it a week ago. Today, when I retracted it, it blew the 4 amp AC motor fuse at the same spot when it made the load pop. I replaced fuse and my motors are fine, it seems like I have a linkage failure. Any ideas, as I'm stuck in Oregon, and have to head to California.
Thanks in advance,
Ross Daniels