Re: slide leaking on sides
So you bought it from a dealer 4 hours away, you still need to get it back and get the leak repaired and documented that it was leaking and repaired. This will be your only recourse for future warranty resolution, if what isn't really damaged now, but detiorates in the future.
Sounds to me like there is a problem and the dealer or Dutchmen should take care of it. If you just try to do it yourself, you will basically void the warranty. You may do a better job than somebody else, but it won't be considered as professionally repaired.
My thoughts and I can always be proven wrong. I have a great dealership that I bought my unit from. They are also 3 hours away and I've never had it back for warranty work, but anything that had to be repaired, like a speaker that was bad and some drawer slides, went through them. They just mailed the items to me and I installed them. Bigger items would have to go through them, with their install to be covered by the warranty.
Good luck with resolving your problems.
Jan and Ric Golding
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