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Old 09-05-2018, 07:52 PM   #61
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Walt,
You are right on about the 'square-up'--even the Rocklers will not operate correctly until the slides are level and even left-to-right. Amazing to look behind the drawers and see what DRV thinks is proper support for the weight of 3 drawer assemblies...
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Old 09-05-2018, 10:48 PM   #62
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Joe,
I couldn't believe how far off some of them were. I was all set to buy some new ones from Rockler but now all it was, was alignment. One of the draws in the bathroom vanity, the back of the sliders was held together with a rubber band.
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Old 09-06-2018, 11:27 AM   #63
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Too bad about the rubber bands--guess they bought a bunch of Chinese rubbers....don't know why they wouldn't do the job.
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Old 09-06-2018, 08:18 PM   #64
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ill check the spare tire when we get back tomorrow we have a small toy hauler we take for short trips and don't have every thing moved in yet in the drv let me know how to adjust the slides on the drawers ill check them out tomorrow also
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Old 09-06-2018, 09:30 PM   #65
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For the drawers--remove them, probably best to get all in the same stack out at same time--get a small mag level and set on the slides to check level. Then measure width of slides using same point at front and rear. It will be the rear that is off-square--you are stuck with the front width. Sometimes, tho, a washer for a spacer may be needed at the front end one side to get the width right--hopefully, they didn't mess that part up.
At least this is how I approached it.
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Old 09-06-2018, 11:19 PM   #66
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I used an adjustable carpenters square. With draws removed, squared off with the face of the cabinet. 90 degrees from the sliders to the face of the cabinet, both up and down and sideways. Joe's procedure will work if the trailer is level. Some of mine were so far off, no wonder they didn't soft close. They have to be perfect or the soft close feature won't work.
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Old 09-07-2018, 09:41 PM   #67
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all my drawers are working good . my spare tire was a little lose cranked it up tight . this is crazy for what we pay for these things . thanks again guys !
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walt or someone Im in the mist of hooking up my tailgater from previous post I will have to bring a DMHI cable from the tv to the receiver is there a way to view the same channel on other tv's via outside and bedroom .
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sunbirds, The only way to view the bedroom and basement tv on satellite is to have a second satellite receiver in the bedroom cabinet. DRV has changed the way the bedroom and basement TV is wired up. I had DRV run an HDMI cable from the TV to the entertainment center. You might be able to fish one through the wall. I had a second satellite receiver so it worked out just fine. Behind the bedroom TV are the connections to the portable dish and roof dish hookups. There is also a connection there for the basement TV hooked up to the satellite receiver. Walt
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ok I kinda figured something was done wiring wise with the bedroom and outside because I don't see the same connections . I hooked my tailgater on satellite 2 on the outside orange cable outside antenna in cabinet laid receiver on the tv counter hook a DMHI cable to the tv for now its working I want to fish the wire up to the cabinet but have to figure out how to remove the tv from the bracket . thanks for the comeback
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