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Old 08-31-2012, 10:36 PM   #1
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New Flying Scott Shower Door Slider problem - Help welcom

I have only used the shower several times in my 2012 Flying Scott. All seemed fine - then the upper slider fell off and I cannot get it secured back in place - when I get one end positioned, then put the cap on the other end, it will not snap into a secure held position -- won't fit into the secure position (snapped behind screw).
The door also will not latch.

I think it may have been installed incorrectly at the dealership.

The door handle is on the exterior of the shower door. I assume that is correct, but I don't know what the slider would have fallen off.

I am a bit dissapointed by some of the tacky quality in an otherwise great little unit.
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Old 09-01-2012, 12:12 AM   #3
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19 Foot Flying Cloud 2012 Shower Door Slider Problem

I have only used the shower several times in my 2012 19 ft Flying Cloud. All seemed fine - then the upper slider fell off and I cannot get it secured back in place - when I get one end positioned, then put the cap on the other end, it will not snap into a secure held position -- won't fit into the secure position (snapped behind screw).
The door also will not latch.

I think it may have been installed incorrectly at the dealership.

The door handle is on the exterior of the shower door. I assume that is correct, but I don't know what the slider would have fallen off.

I am a bit dissapointed by some of the tacky quality in an otherwise great little unit.
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These tend to loosen. Mine did and, yes, the door shift kept the latch from operating easily. I tightened it once and it has held ever since.

Yours fell apart? Any way to take a pic of what you have?

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