Anybody have a solution to the bunk end cutting out power on my Fleetwood Avalon? The rear bunk has a plate that depresses a "kill switch" when fully extended. However, when I get on the bunk, too much movement leads to the power cutting out. I can only assume the bunk is sagging under the weight just enough to stop depressing the kill switch. Last time, my wife and I chose to sleep on the front bunk and the kids slept on the rear bunk in hopes is would be less weight. It did help but power still cut out one night from them shifting in their sleep. I really want to fix this.