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Old 12-18-2005, 01:13 PM   #1
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Well my intermittent problem on the front slide has gone full time. My back slide is not working either. In trying to chase down the front slide problem, I sparked the fuse for the rear slider that is located in the electrical panel in the bedroom. Now the rear slide won't work, plus at the same time I lost my back up camera. I had Fleetwood fax me a wiring diagram, but it has been of little help. There's two printed circuit panels behind the electral panel in the bedroom, that as far as I know are for the slides. They each have there own fuse on the PC board, and I'm getting power to both sides of the fuse. I've checked the switches, and they seem to be functing correctly (opening and closing) but I'm not getting any power to them. Anyone have any ideas?? I've checked fuses everywhere too. HELPPPPPPpppppppppppp !!!!!!!
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Well my intermittent problem on the front slide has gone full time. My back slide is not working either. In trying to chase down the front slide problem, I sparked the fuse for the rear slider that is located in the electrical panel in the bedroom. Now the rear slide won't work, plus at the same time I lost my back up camera. I had Fleetwood fax me a wiring diagram, but it has been of little help. There's two printed circuit panels behind the electral panel in the bedroom, that as far as I know are for the slides. They each have there own fuse on the PC board, and I'm getting power to both sides of the fuse. I've checked the switches, and they seem to be functing correctly (opening and closing) but I'm not getting any power to them. Anyone have any ideas?? I've checked fuses everywhere too. HELPPPPPPpppppppppppp !!!!!!!
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Old 12-27-2005, 04:02 PM   #3
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Brian, have you checked the GND wires to your ckt panels. Make sure they have a good tight connection use a star washer for a tight connection. Check wiring at motor for slide, check gnd to good gnd source with meter. Use meter to check fuses pulled out of fuse slots. Your profile doesn't say where you are from maybe someone could help you that lives close.
Be careful when fooling around control ckts can blow chips within them. Are your slides retracted now? Let us know how your making out. "007"
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I found the problem.....it was a fuse, like I figured. The fuse was located in one of the fuse blocks in the engine compartment. The fuse was 3amp and labeled for Ign Sig.....which stands for ingition signal. On my Fleetwood 32VS on a workhorse chasis, that fuse knocks out power to the switches for both slides and the back up camera. I'm sure I still have an intermittent problem with my front slide....but at least I have power there now, and should be able to trace out the problem. I also discovered that you can check the fuses in places....there's a small (very small) slit on the face of each fuse, one on each side of the number that indicates that amp size..they are to small for my test light to touch.....but I clipped a straight pin to my test light and was able to check them that way........sure a lot faster then taking them out. Thanks for the help.
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Supercub,

Please keep us posted on your slideout situtation.
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