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RE: Cameo Slides - Gear skipping

You can remove the motor and reem out the bolt hole a little to achieve a better mesh. Thanks for response. Which bolt hole? You mean reem out all the motor mount holes so it has some room to move? I feel like the torque of the motor on the slides will be too much to be held by tightness of the screws. It will just shift back down. I'm going to post some pictures in my post of the gears...does the motor gear need replacing? My buddy is a master tech...several Carriage's had this fix.
jsr21 05/16/22 02:18pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Cameo Slides - Gear skipping

You can remove the motor and reem out the bolt hole a little to achieve a better mesh.
jsr21 05/16/22 08:58am Fifth-Wheels
RE: When is a purchase a purchase?

Ok, I can add a little context here. He purchased a Jayco Pinnacle and a friend of his is in management there. Due to that he felt comfortable feeling things will go well. Apparently the dealer did the PDI’s they could do. Others required things shipped from Jayco like two bay doors (have no idea what’s up with that) and something else that had to come from Jayco. I guess that makes a little more sense. But I think id still rather sign when everything is done. But we may not know all the specifics. . I do appreciate your input on the legal part of things. I'm a dealer and need baggage door assembly made by Challenger Door, who is owned by Lippert who owns everything else. Lippert is going thru Integration and are probably a month or more behind. I can't even get a part number or price and availability for 4 weeks now. Jayco would get the bay doors and stuff from Lippert. I'm sure the dealer would love to complete the PDI and make the customer happy but they likely have no control over it.
jsr21 01/17/22 09:41pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: hydraulics in cold weather

Does cooler weather typically effect hydraulics operation. Winterized my unit last week and when I tried to close the main slides (hydraulic operated) they would move about 6" and stop and the touch screen would say "Fault occurred" I could release the control and touch it again and it would move about 6" and do the same thing. I'm thinking it was just because the fluid was cold and a little thicker. Does this seem typical and if so, is there an additive to help with this issue? You have an auto reset breaker that is getting warm and tripping. They reset themselves in 4-5 seconds. Your pump has to work harder in cold weather to move the fluid and is warming up your breaker sooner than normal. It's normal and won't cause any damage so don't worry. If you want to improve it you could swap out the breaker with a higher amperage one...easy to do.
jsr21 12/05/21 05:46pm Fifth-Wheels
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