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Old 01-13-2012, 08:45 PM   #1
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Room Slide Stuck Out

Anyone know if you can push the room slide in by hand(s)? Which "T" handles do I loosen? We have 98 alpine with front, rear door, room and jacks. HWH control will only show low bat...checking and cleaning connections past few days...need to be 4 hrs down road tomorrow to start revival Sun...have photo of setup if needed. ANY help appreciated!!!
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Old 01-13-2012, 08:56 PM   #2
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Brian,

If the battery is lit on the HWH panel it usually means that the house power is not turned on which is the big switch in front of the passenger seat. Otherwise, it could be that the house batteries are too low or dead. If that isn't it, check fuses and plug-in relays behind the cover in front of the passenger seat. There are black boxes that open to reveal many fuses & plug-in relays. I found one that would have fallen out if it weren't for the black box cover. I know this doesn't answer your question directly but the "low battery" caught my attention in your post.
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Old 01-13-2012, 09:01 PM   #3
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Thankyou very much...your reply gives me more to check out...
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I must confess...you are a genius and I am a moron!!! I thank God for your answer that solved my problem!!! If we ever see you in person cracker barrel is on us!!!!!!!!!!!!
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HWH pump solenoids

For future reference here is the layout of the HWH solenoids on the '98 model. I drew this up after a hose burst and I had to work out where they all went.
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Brian,

If the battery is lit on the HWH panel it usually means that the house power is not turned on which is the big switch in front of the passenger seat.
Don't worry 2TALK42, after 4 years of owning our coach, I got interrupted in our power up and spent 40 minutes trying to figure out why I had no coach power.
Yuuuppp, the coach battery switch was off. Patty had a good laugh:-)
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Thanks for the input, the humor and the diagram...very much
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