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Old 09-25-2018, 06:58 AM   #1
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Slide Circuit Boards

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Still having slide issues. Can anyone tell me where the slide circuit boards are?
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Do you have the Diesel engine?

Are you sure you have "circuit boards"?

My coach is a 2005 and it doesn't use circuit boards for the slides (just old fashion relays). I don't think the electronics were used (at least with Beaver) until the multiplex systems were introduced in 2006 models.

What problem are you trying to fix? I assume slide(s) not working. Is all the slides or just one?

There is a "Slide Out IGN relay" you may want to check.
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Are you sure you have "circuit boards"?

My coach is a 2005 and it doesn't use circuit boards for the slides (just old fashion relays). I don't think the electronics were used (at least with Beaver) until the multiplex systems were introduced in 2006 models.

What problem are you trying to fix? I assume slide(s) not working. Is all the slides or just one?
Both slides are out and won't retract
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There are instructions in the Owners Manual on manual slide retraction - if it comes to that. See page 119 https://www.holidayrambler.com/resou...vor_diesel.pdf

Since the problem is with all slides, I would check the common items first: Is the Parking Brake applied (is the electrical signal that brake is "On" working)? and Is the "Ignition Switch relay" working (Ignition switch must be OFF)? That would be easy/cheap to replace just to be sure.

Also baggage compartment doors must all be closed (could have a bad close switch or misadjusted switch on one of the doors).
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I have an 05 HR Endeavor, and slideouts stopped working last fall (no movement at all on all slides). I found a fuse on a circuit board on the back wall of the battery compartment, under a plastic cover that was the culprit. There were 2 small 12V fuses on the board, if I remember correctly, one was a small 3a, the other a silver looking 15a (I think). The 15a was bad. Good luck.


Edit: Looked in my OM and guess it is a relay, not a circuit board, but you might check that fuse if yours is similar

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