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Old 04-19-2019, 12:13 PM   #1
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Location of fuse(s) for FWS in 2014 MADP?

Greetings. Am having an issue with my full wall slideout, drivers side, where the front edge does not go flush. This just started happening and I suspect that the front motor is not doing its job. Have been trying to track down fuse locations and have located two in the half bath, both good. Checked electrical bay where shore power comes in but no fuse(s) marked for slide-outs. Next step is to grab my volt meter and actually actuate the slide out and see if there is power coming to the motor itself. If no power, tracking down the fuse is my problem. Anyone know exactly where that might be located?

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Old 04-20-2019, 10:17 AM   #2
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alas, there is power to the motor

after pulling the rubber hood from the motor assembly I was able to see that the power is coming from a common plug, then split between the motor and a device (the name fails me) connected to the end of the motor. I was able to have the wife activate the slide as I tested power at that end device and... alas, there was power. so, seems to be a bad motor. bummer!
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