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Old 06-20-2012, 07:31 AM   #1
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Screen Door Rubs

Hi - I have this in the travel trailer section, but just noticed the "issues" section.

I have a 314BDS. I know it is still under warranty, but trying to save the trip.

The main screen door rubs at the top left (outside looking at door). I need to pull down on it when opening it and it will not rub. This happens with just the screen or when the exterior door is used also.

I thought it was a right/left issue but seems to be a front to back issue.

When I tilt the trailer toward the front the rubbing is minimal. Level or nose high seems to rub more.

Can the frame be adjusted?

I had minimal pressure on the stabalizers, but no pressure on them seems to help a little too.

What else can I look for or do without going back to the dealer? (trying to wait until end of season for that).


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Old 06-20-2012, 07:36 PM   #2
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Usually I have seen that when the a jack is up to high. Are you in a fixed site or does it always do it no matter where you are?

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Old 07-02-2012, 09:36 AM   #3
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using a 24" carpenters level make sure you are level... that is usually the biggest cause of doors rubbing.. and make sure you check front to back and side to side..
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