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Old 08-21-2016, 08:09 PM   #1
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Bed Room Slider Motor

When I put out the bedroom slide out, it goes out fine' but it seems like the motor keeps running after it is all the way out. When I hit the button again after it is all the way out, it stops. Is there an adjustment I can make to stop the motor from continue to run ?
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Old 08-22-2016, 01:11 AM   #2
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might be the switch itself. They do funny stuff as they age. It might not be releasing the contact. They are super inexpensive to swap as a test, or you could swap with another switch in the coach as a test.

Did this just start happening?
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There was a problem with the switch itself and it would not return to its normal position after pushing on it.
Check in QT's 1 & 2 the slide section and you will find the info on the old slide link in slide section of the master link.
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might be the switch itself. They do funny stuff as they age. It might not be releasing the contact. They are super inexpensive to swap as a test, or you could swap with another switch in the coach as a test.

Did this just start happening?


Yes the last 2 times we have used the slide out
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There was a problem with the switch itself and it would not return to its normal position after pushing on it.
Check in QT's 1 & 2 the slide section and you will find the info on the old slide link in slide section of the master link.
All the links below in my signature have info for your Newmar.


Will try a new switch this weekend Thanks alot
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There is an adjustment on the control board in the cabinet that control when the motor stops and it needs to be adjusted back so it will shut the motor off when the slide is all the way in. It is at the top left and it is a small dial that you can turn with a small screwdriver. I forget which direction you need to turn either CCW or CW but a call to Newmar will tell you. It will be a slight adjustment and if you turn it back to far it will not start to bring slide in because the voltage is set to low.
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They may have a fix for switch in the link supplied if not can find new one here just click on picture to find out how.
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There is an adjustment on the control board in the cabinet that control when the motor stops and it needs to be adjusted back so it will shut the motor off when the slide is all the way in. It is at the top left and it is a small dial that you can turn with a small screwdriver. I forget which direction you need to turn either CCW or CW but a call to Newmar will tell you. It will be a slight adjustment and if you turn it back to far it will not start to bring slide in because the voltage is set to low.

Which cabinet ?
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