Originally Posted by cris highnote
Thank you both. I do re-sync the motors and hold the button down for a few extra seconds when retracting or extending. The problem is usually caused because the slide out leans forward so the top is getting in a bind after about 1 foot or so and I have to re-extend and bring up the jacks to get it to close.
That is a problem. The slide-out is held vertical by the tracks on the front and rear and should not lean in or out. The push or pull on the upper and lower tracks should be the same as the gears are driven in a locked train by the same motor. The entire box (slide-out is a box) glides over rollers on the bottom.
Something is amiss if the slide-out is leaning in either direction.