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Old 01-10-2018, 09:39 AM
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Default Repair of Miller Meteor read door check

Hello Everyone,
When I first got my 77 Lifeliner 4 years ago, you could open the rear door all the way and it would stay open. It no longer does this, and it is really a pain to try to hold it open while getting something out of the back of the rig. Does anyone here know what needs to be done to repair the door so it will stay open by itself again?
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Kurt Halverson
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