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Old 08-08-2017, 08:18 PM   #11
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It was always a little tight to open, and even the tech at the dealer couldn't get the screen to slide so I could clean the other part of the window. It just must have been jacked in there a little askew. That explosion was something I'll never forget. My friend (George hadn't arrived yet) was out at the picnic table and she just jumped!!

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Our little window doesn't slide easily either. I was going to find some graphite and see if I could make it slide easier. Maybe I'll just leave it alone now. Sorry this happened to both of you.
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We had no idea how much glass was in that little slider. Contacted fun finder and they are trying to say the size window we have was not put in that camper having an awful time trying to get this resolved along with other issues that keep popping up.
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...having an awful time trying to get this resolved along with other issues that keep popping up.
And that is exactly why both dealer in my local area quit carrying Cruiser RV products - slow to respond and didn't pay on their warranty work.
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Old 08-10-2017, 01:55 PM   #15
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To keep my windows sliding easily, I clean the tracks out regularly with a damp paper towel, followed by a very light rub of CRC power lube on a clean paper towel. Don't forget the top part of the track as well. And a drop of that lube on the latch/catch itself.
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