Slide issue (or not)
#1
Slide issue (or not). The kitchen slide seems a little crooked. It may have been like that since we got it and we never noticed it. The difference is slightly less then an inch. The slide works good and we haven't had any issues. We have a service appointment in 2 weeks. They may have to keep it for another 2 weeks. We are wondering if (in this case) the fix might be worst then letting it be. Any suggestion?Dodgy[img][Image: C400B72B4CCF4C50AA4D549F01D0F3B8_zpstxnrnosl.png][/img]

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#2
Totally unacceptable. Everything should be square and plumb.
Do you know what kind of slide mechanism is used? Happijac, Schinteck?
I traded in the problematic 2014 Lance for an 1150 Arctic Fox - wish EC made the 1150.
The rig looks similar to this - nothing exceeds factory weight limits.
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Issue
Read my posts
Schwintek on an 1165.
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#4
My wild at a distance guess is the the motors controller may need to be re-synchronized...

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(04-28-2017, 07:49 PM)3 tons Wrote: My wild at a distance guess is the the motors controller may need to be re-synchronized...

3 tons


Re-timing (or re-synchronized) the motors is easy enough to do.
I've done it a few times on my POS Lance.
Page 7 of the attached Lippert/Schwintek owners manual describes the process.

.pdf   om-schwintek.pdf (Size: 7.13 MB / Downloads: 331)
I traded in the problematic 2014 Lance for an 1150 Arctic Fox - wish EC made the 1150.
The rig looks similar to this - nothing exceeds factory weight limits.
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