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Old 08-15-2016, 04:55 PM   #1
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Slide problem

Question about my passenger side slide. When the slide is out all the way it is causing the fuse for the kitchen lounge area to blow in effect no interior lights for this area. if I close it an inch the fuse doesn't blow. So a wire is likely getting pinched in the mechanism how do I access this?? I looked under the dinette couch on this side can't see anything. Do I need to take the top moulding off to get to it? Is there a stop to prevent the slide from going out all the way. It seems to bump up when it is at the end of its travel making me think it shouldn't move this far. This is the first time I tried moving the slides since I got the coach so I don't know how long it has been shorting the wire. Thanks .. Roy keen 2002 32' allure double slide model.

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Old 08-16-2016, 09:10 PM   #2
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Removed the panel under the refrgerator to get at a large bundle of wires to check the suspect wire #404 I think it was. After repositioning the run of wires as it ran under the refer and to the rear of the slide it no longer blows the fuse so for now I'm happy the problem is gone as it is not in a very hard to access area.
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