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Old 04-05-2016, 11:07 PM   #1
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2016 Voltage 3200 Ramp Door Adjustment?

Does anyone know if the latches on the new style door (no external latch system - has electric latch) is adjustable? When my ramp door is shut the right side is nice and tight but my left side moves in and out about 1/4 inch not allowing for a tight seal.
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Mine does the same but it is the right side that does not make a tight seal.
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Old 04-08-2016, 01:15 AM   #3
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Have you tried to close the ramp door with the rear garage entrance door open? If the ramp door is closed with the side entrance door shut the air pressure inside prevents the door from latching tight.

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That is the trick! Thank you. Its4 is my buddy and we decided to get these and explore the USA together. Our wives are thrilled to no other...
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Old 08-22-2016, 02:36 AM   #5
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Searched for "Garage Door Latch" and found this thread.

My 2016 Voltage 3305 has a problem with the right door pin. The top of the pin hits the top horizontal rail above the spring loaded receiver opening and sometimes doesn't latch. Same happens when it's closed and it sometimes won't open. I tried adjusting the position of the plate by loosening the two Allen Key screws and that worked for a little while. I think the pin assembly is too thick at the base or the top flared "hat" is too thick. I can put a small crowbar in there and get it to open or close but that's obviously not a solution.

Anyone else have this issue?
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Old 07-15-2019, 08:00 PM   #6
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Garage Door Latch

Yes sir.
Presently cant open my door, p/s latch wonít open with the manual release from inside. Itís a big problem.
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Door latch

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Searched for "Garage Door Latch" and found this thread.

My 2016 Voltage 3305 has a problem with the right door pin. The top of the pin hits the top horizontal rail above the spring loaded receiver opening and sometimes doesn't latch. Same happens when it's closed and it sometimes won't open. I tried adjusting the position of the plate by loosening the two Allen Key screws and that worked for a little while. I think the pin assembly is too thick at the base or the top flared "hat" is too thick. I can put a small crowbar in there and get it to open or close but that's obviously not a solution.

Anyone else have this issue?
I had trouble with mine too . Do you have a barrel key on yours? I had one on my 2017 3890 and they had a lot of trouble with the doors not opening. So I seen morride at a camping show and they told me there's a replacement kit to fix the problem. They sent the kit witch came with new key and motors. Dealer installed cuz under warranty from morride . Hope this helps .
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Searched for "Garage Door Latch" and found this thread.

My 2016 Voltage 3305 has a problem with the right door pin. The top of the pin hits the top horizontal rail above the spring loaded receiver opening and sometimes doesn't latch. Same happens when it's closed and it sometimes won't open. I tried adjusting the position of the plate by loosening the two Allen Key screws and that worked for a little while. I think the pin assembly is too thick at the base or the top flared "hat" is too thick. I can put a small crowbar in there and get it to open or close but that's obviously not a solution.

Anyone else have this issue?
I had trouble with mine too . Do you have a barrel key on yours? I had one on my 2017 3890 and they had a lot of trouble with the doors not opening. So I seen morride at a camping show and they told me there's a replacement kit to fix the problem. They sent the kit witch came with new key and motors. Dealer installed cuz under warranty from morride . Hope this helps . Problem solved!
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