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Old 11-01-2010, 01:12 PM   #1
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Slide won't retract

I can't get my slide to retract! Can I use the aux start switch to give the chassis batteries some extra power to get it in? MH has been plugged into shore power for 4 days!
RC-6 say's I have 13.5 volts but when I push the button a selonoid clicks and all power is gone for 2 to 3 seconds
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I can't get my slide to retract! Can I use the aux start switch to give the chassis batteries some extra power to get it in? MH has been plugged into shore power for 4 days!
RC-6 say's I have 13.5 volts but when I push the button a selonoid clicks and all power is gone for 2 to 3 seconds
Is you parking brake on and trans in park? Also try with engine running.

What slide system do you have? Hydraulic or elec.? Hydraulic , could mean a problem with the fluid level. Elec., could be a problem with the brake on the motor.
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I believe it is hydraulic! Can anyone tell me where the selonoid and pump would be located? My bedroom slide works fine so I have a problem with those 2 items. Also I read something about stops, where would I look for them?
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