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Thanks for the update, glad it's fixed.

You are now the resident slide repair person on the forum as you know more now than you ever wanted to know about slides and how they work.


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Glad you were able to get things resolved. Now you'll be in a position to help the next family that has a similar situation.

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I avoided slides for years after seeing others with similar problems over the years. I now have one big slide that so far has worked fine. Glad you got it straightened out.

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I've experienced the same issue with my Power Gear kitchen slide a few times. I'm now getting pretty good at reprogramming the slide control. I could have helped had I read your post sooner.

My coach was level when it happened each of 4 times. You may want to print the programming instructions and keep them in the coach for future use.


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