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Old 11-26-2014, 06:50 PM   #1
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2001 Dynasty bedroom slide issue

Ok guys, 1st time asking for help with new to us 2001 Dynasty 38 Jack. We have two driver side slides, living room ( hydraulic ) and elect motor bedroom slide. Bed room slide not working. I hit the b-room slide out button ( trying to turn the bath light on ) while dw was sleeping in the bed and immediately reversed the slide back out and it hasn't worked since. I checked the 7.5 fuse labeled "slide" in the driver side elect panel. I have checked the basement compartment door switches under the slides and all powered and working. My coach has the high/low volt panels on the pass rear. All wiring is clean and neat and labeled. The row of circuit relays has two labeled slide out. One says slide out 87a and the other says slide out disabled. I replaced the first one, no change. I am wondering what the one marked disabled controls. It is wired , so functional in some way. Both relays are Bosh 87a relays. The inside switch on the end of the sink base cabinet is not powered. The switch and elect slide motor connections are tight but not the prob anyway since no power at switch. Any help here....Gary
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I only have schematics for 2002 -2003 Dyn. From those the power to the center contact of the slideout switch is provided via the slideout disable relay (87A 10 amp). It should be disabled with IGN power. The 12v source to the relay is from front run bay 7.5amp fuse.
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Old 11-26-2014, 10:46 PM   #3
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I only have schematics for 2002 -2003 Dyn. From those the power to the center contact of the slideout switch is provided via the slideout disable relay (87A 10 amp). It should be disabled with IGN power. The 12v source to the relay is from front run bay 7.5amp fuse.
Thanks for that info...it got dark, so I flipped the bay light switch by the steps and ...no lights in bays and no power to slide disable bay door switches. Guessing they are all connected in line to the relay? Slide 7.5 amp fuse is still good. I'll change the slide disable relay in the morn and repost the results. Rig is 30 days new to me and still learning. I almost miss my very simple 30 gasser....
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Once you get the little things straightened out you will love the Dynasty.

The 7.5 amp fuse is good but is there power to it. Since other things don't have power check the power distribution board at the front run bay. A power connection may be loose.
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My Dynasty the bedroom slide stopped working. The screws came loose holding the metal frame under the mattress where it was attached to the floor

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This is just to up date my post...the problem turned out to be the 87a relay marked "slide lock out" located in the pass side elect bay. The relay was good but the wire directly behind the relay and unobservable until it was removed, was not connected. Problem solved. It is almost always the simplest solution...just couldn't "see" the problem...Gary
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Thanks for that info...it got dark, so I flipped the bay light switch by the steps and ...no lights in bays and no power to slide disable bay door switches. Guessing they are all connected in line to the relay? Slide 7.5 amp fuse is still good. I'll change the slide disable relay in the morn and repost the results. Rig is 30 days new to me and still learning. I almost miss my very simple 30 gasser....
don't dispair that is an awesome top of the line coach you have there, I have the wiring diagrams so Ill have a look later today and let ya know what I see,

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