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Jim Bakker

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Posted: 03/31/15 01:46pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Has anyone replaced the under-cabinet halogen bulbs with LEDs? Did you have to remove the reflector? If so, how? My reflector is a bulky piece of pot metal so the tabs that clip into the plastic housing cannot be flexed. If you have been able to remove this type of reflector, please tell me how to do it. Thanks!


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Posted: 03/31/15 05:34pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Jim Bakker wrote:

Has anyone replaced the under-cabinet halogen bulbs with LEDs? Did you have to remove the reflector? If so, how? My reflector is a bulky piece of pot metal so the tabs that clip into the plastic housing cannot be flexed. If you have been able to remove this type of reflector, please tell me how to do it. Thanks!


Jim, I replaced all my indoor halogens with LEDs. The replacements do protrude a bit so the reflector will not seat flush against the wood but for me the trade off was acceptable. I just left the existing reflector in place. Hope this helps.


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We just purchased a 2004 37a. Seems to be very well taken care of and everything in working order with walk thru. We will be taking our first trip May 23rd. Any comments or suggestions on things to check or do

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darbiokc wrote:

We just purchased a 2004 37a. Seems to be very well taken care of and everything in working order with walk thru. We will be taking our first trip May 23rd. Any comments or suggestions on things to check or do


Welcome darbiokc! The best advise I can offer is to read this thread from beginning to end to educate yourself with all the issues, suggestions and feedback on learning all about your rig. Good Luck and enjoy your "new" motorhome.

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Fyr guy wrote:

Jim, I replaced all my indoor halogens with LEDs. The replacements do protrude a bit so the reflector will not seat flush against the wood but for me the trade off was acceptable. I just left the existing reflector in place. Hope this helps.


Thanks.I bought the smallest LEDs available from M4 Products and they fit fine.

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It's been a long time since I've seen a post on this thread but I need to ask for someone's help. I've had this god awful squealing while extending or retracting my bedroom slide and I need to know how to get to the slide mechanism under the carpeted board. Any help/advise/pictures, would be greatly appreciated.

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I will be interested to find out how you access the mechanism as my bedroom slide creeps back in after you extend it against the exterior .... once you let off switch the slides comes back in just a tad

* This post was edited 12/29/16 07:30pm by outofplace *


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I will be interested to find out how you access the mechanism as my bedroom slide creeps back in after you extend it against the exterior .... once you let off switch the slides comes back in just a tad

Is the electric brake in the on position, as it should be and does the slide maybe drift open a little when going around a turn?
The motor and drive gear, should be under the bed, as it is for most.


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outofplace wrote:

I will be interested to find out how you access the mechanism as my bedroom slide creeps back in after you extend it against the exterior .... once you let off switch the slides comes back in just a tad


SUCCESS!! I ended up using a small pry bar to lift up the excessively stapled carpet off the plywood and found 1 screw at the foot of the bed in the center (under the carpet). I lubed (silicon) all the plastic wheels, teeth on track and anything I thought would produce a squeak. This cured my problem! The plywood board bends up enough to get to all the important lube points. I replaced the solitary wood screw with a cabinet handle backed by a small washers so I can access this mechanism in the future. Better to have done this at home instead of an emergency on the road. Thanks again for your suggestions.

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Lets see if anybody still watches this thread. just had tires replaced and saw the front bump stops are rotted. anybody know the part number or good replacement bump stops?


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