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Old 12-28-2014, 08:05 AM   #1
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have a jayco eagle34'. When I level the rv the slide is very unlevel. Anywhere you put a level on the slide it buries the bubble. The inside and outside gaskets seem to be a perfect fit. How can the slide be adjusted without affecting the gaskets?
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have a jayco eagle34'. When I level the rv the slide is very unlevel. Anywhere you put a level on the slide it buries the bubble. The inside and outside gaskets seem to be a perfect fit. How can the slide be adjusted without affecting the gaskets?
I would suggest you check the level on trailer & slide while the slide is out, in case you haven't. What I'm getting at, is if you level the trailer, then put the slide out, the weight of the slide may cause the whole trailer to be off level.
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Thanks, but I have done that. The problem is simply, the rv is level but the slide is not. I know that the slide has adjustments on it but if you change the level of the slide how will it fit when the slide is in or out.
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have a jayco eagle34'. When I level the rv the slide is very unlevel. Anywhere you put a level on the slide it buries the bubble. The inside and outside gaskets seem to be a perfect fit. How can the slide be adjusted without affecting the gaskets?
Is the TT still under warranty? If so I would bring it in and have them check/adjust it. That way it is on record with Jayco.

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