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Old 10-02-2010, 10:48 AM   #1
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Daybreak with LCI slide

I'm trying to locate the fuse/curcuit breaker for the Lippet 3x3 slide, just to know where it is. Also have a BR slide on cables and don't know where that fuse is.

The LR slide C/B according to Lippet 18" from the battery. The only C/B there is for the LCI jacks.

Would be nice if Damon provided FULL schematics/diagrams like Winnebago.
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There is a fuse for the power circuit feeding the slide motor in the 12v fuse panel. Mine is near the floor in the bedroom, next to the breaker panel and transfer switch.
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My transfer switch is under the bottom draw of the dresser, no fuses or breakers there. The electric panel with A/C breakers and D/C fuses only has fuses that are 15 amp. LCI says the feed is to a 30 amp breaker or fuse. I called Damon 3 times and they have me looking for 2 breakers in the electric compartment. In there is only an Intelpower 9200 converter, the a/c cord, phone & cable box, no fuses or breakers. Another tech at Damon said look for a relay next to the steering column. The switch may operate a relay but the power to the slide has to go thru a breaker or fuse.

One person posted this picture of the automotive c/b's next to the BCC, I also have these, I tend to think this it the 30 amp breaker.
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I put an induction amp meter on the wires for the 30 amp breaker while DW rand the slides, and that is it. That 30 amp feeds both slides. The other breaker is a 50 amp for the inverter. At least now I know.
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