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Old 06-17-2015, 06:49 AM   #1
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2000 tradeswind slide out no power problem

Ok so have some issues with our new tradeswind we just purchased from a family member. Slides don't power up at all.could some one tell me were all the fuses or breakers might be. Also is there any safety features.we used this coach years ago with no probs but wife's gramps like to Mickey mouse stuff.
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Old 06-17-2015, 08:43 AM   #2
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Make sure that the house battery switch is on, do you have 12 lights when not connected to shore power.
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National tradewinds electrical

This panel should be on the right rear just behind the rear wheel in the bay that also has the inverter/charger.
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Old 06-17-2015, 01:54 PM   #4
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Look for slow blow fuses, they look the same as the glass fuses but are not clear. Also try the slides with the engine running. These are in the power compartment back by the rear tire.
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Ok so I found that there was no fuse in the relay lol. Looked everywhere no one had any slow blow fuses 20 or 25 amp.i put a regular in for know and so far so good. But my small closet slide does nothing is there another relay separate for that one?i can't even find the motor.
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The second fuse should be next to the other one. I found slow blow fuses at Radio Shack. Can you ask the previous owner why the fuse was taken out? When you first looked at the MH were the slides out?
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Old 06-21-2015, 11:23 AM   #7
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VegasDan had ongoing problems with his slides and we found the relays were pitted and not making contact. We replaced them with common Automotive relays and the problems went away.

Note to Joe....Dan and Lynda sold there Tradewinds and moved into a Sticks and Brick in Hastings Ne. We visited them once and they were doing the same makeover in the house that they did in the coach. t really looks nice

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so i got the slides working thanks to you guys
but now my closet slide will slide out,but doesnt engage to retract.i can hear it turning but nothing is happing,any suggestios?
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