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Old 03-04-2014, 02:31 PM   #1
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Country Coach 2008 Intrigue Slide Issue

My bedroom slide passenger slide got stuck while extending. I identified a hose that has broken and will not allow me to retract it. It is indented skewed. I have found the electric wench under the bed and the eye bolt under the drawer but I have no directions from there.
Can anyone help?

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Old 03-04-2014, 03:19 PM   #2
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You might go over here and join the Country Coach forum, they should be able to help, mine is electric.
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Welcome to IRV2. I've moved your thread here to get some owners response. Cliff

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Hi Rik - Welcome to the board....

Did the coach come with a few boxes of papers? If so, you should find directions within these files.

I'm not sure your years manual system is the same as our 2004's? We have a strap that attaches to the eye hook. And then to the frame for the slide. The handle is a ratchet that is used to crank it in. (I've never needed it, knock on wood, but looked it over to be sure I knew what to do if needed.)

Hopefully another 2008 owner can add details for your coach.

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You should have a Intrigue Owners Manual with the coach number, along with the files for all of the installed equipment. Page 5.12 addresses the "Emergency Slide Room Retraction". Mine says the passenger side is retracted with a ratcheting device located in one of the passenger side storage bays. Two eyebolts for attachment of the straps can be found in a passenger-side cabinet behind a drawer, and in the metal structure of the bed base.. 1st release the HWH solenoid valves (pressure-release nuts) for this slide out room "C". The solenoid valves (each slide has two) are in the DS-1 bay. Determine which solenoid by noting the letter on the high pressure hose above the solenoid....2nd Release pressure in the appropriate system by opening bothe solenoid valves, using either the built in nut socket on the end of the HWH rervoir dipstick or a 1/4 " wrench to rotate the pressure-release nuts on the ends of the solenoids. Loosen the nuts slowly, approx. 3 turns counterclockwise, until you hear a sound of rushing fluid. (That's the release of pressure in the system.) 3rd Leave the valves open until the retraction is complete, then retighten them.
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