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    Slides fully extended-should they be flush to the wall is there any gap?

    Trying to determine if my slides are fully extended if they aren't quite flush to the walls? There is a slight gap between the wall and wood trim on slides where I can slide my fingers in and touch the rubber gasket on most of the length of the slides. I'm on a road trip right now so not near the dealership to take it by for them to look at. Brand new Reflection 337 (which I love), but not sure about the slides and if they are ok or might need adjusting. Thoughts?

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    There should be a small gap between the strips and the wall. What really matters is that the rubber seal is compressed when fully extended. The rubber seal is what keeps the bugs, rain and dust out. Every RV I've ever owned or looked at is set up this way.
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    Thanks so much. I think I'm alright then. Appreciate.
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