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Old 04-10-2007, 07:58 AM   #1
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i have been looking for my slide control box 07 dynasty, i have looked everywhere, firewall, fuse compantent.. any ideas.. guess i'll call monaco..
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i have been looking for my slide control box 07 dynasty, i have looked everywhere, firewall, fuse compantent.. any ideas.. guess i'll call monaco..
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Old 04-16-2007, 11:42 AM   #3
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The manifold with the solenoid valves and tank is located under the step compartment. Remove the compartment and it is just below. Release the pressure by the 1/4 inch nut on the end of valves. Do not turn more than 4.5 full turns. There are 8 of the valves, as you are looking in from the step, the top right one is for the generator slide, the next one is for the front passenger side slide. I do not know what the others do.
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Old 04-25-2007, 06:48 AM   #4
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I am now a offical monaco slide tech for the 43 dynasty, in other words, i spent several hours/days on the phone with hwh,lippert and i am very confindent now i can trouble shoot a motor/hyd slide issue.. finally got it all figured out, after retractin the slide's with the selonids, to checking power to each selonid, to finding the control box and checking power, and finally finding a fuse that was blown, and replacing my lippert full slide motor, i think i got it... thanks for all your help in differnt forums..
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