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Old 08-13-2007, 12:24 PM   #15
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Would a 1990 34' Excella be prone to this problem?

The one I just purchased doesn't seem to have it based on the posts on how to detect it, but I notice that the rear bedroom door is easier to open with the stabilizers down that when they are up.

I found nothing in my very well written owners manual saying anything about not opening the rear bedroom door with the jacks up.

FWIW, I love the new airstream. Worlds above my Streamline that I had. The wife and I are looking forward to many happy trips with our new baby.

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Would a 1990 34' Excella be prone to this problem?

The one I just purchased doesn't seem to have it based on the posts on how to detect it, but I notice that the rear bedroom door is easier to open with the stabilizers down that when they are up.

I found nothing in my very well written owners manual saying anything about not opening the rear bedroom door with the jacks up.

FWIW, I love the new airstream. Worlds above my Streamline that I had. The wife and I are looking forward to many happy trips with our new baby.

JHD
It could, if it was parked for an extended period of time.

However, the rear door problem is another issue.

That door can be realigned to solve the problem.

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Old 08-13-2007, 12:52 PM   #17
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It could, if it was parked for an extended period of time.

However, the rear door problem is another issue.

That door can be realigned to solve the problem.

Andy
Andy,

Thanks for the reply, the trailer was used every year up until last year, when the previous owner passed away. It was winterized and stored a covered RV lot in the winter months, and out on the road in the spring till early fall typically according to the owner's wife.

My question then becomes this, and not to digress this thread too much. Should the trailer be put up for the winter with the jacks down typically?

Based on your reply, It would appear that they should be.

Re-adjusting the door hadn't occurred to me, thanks for the suggestion. I am a decent mechanic.. are there any good articles on adjustding the door I should look at here?

I adjusted the door of my Streamline, it was pretty straight forward.

Thanks again,

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