I'm posting this here because the problem is with the Schwintek slides, not the brand name of the coach and this is the first trip out this season, worked fine last fall.
I'm at he lake, got all leveled up and none of the slides would go out.To cut all the long part of the story, I called Winnebago and they were no help, just said "take it to the dealer", they did what they could over the phone.
After some extensive analysis, I hotwired each controller individually and ran the slides out. I'll have to do the same thing to get them back in.
The problem seemed to be one that affected all the slides as a group. All the controllers have individual wires so that idea didn't make much sense until I got to the wall rocker switches for operating the slides. Each switch is a single pole double throw rocker switch. The center wire on the switch provides power to either end wire, depending on which way the switch is pushed. The center power wire on all three switches are joined together in the wall and go down to the floor to somewhere for power. There is the common wire that operates all three slides. Don't know if there is a fuse somewhere, or what. Have checked all the circuit breakers that I know and in the process I found a couple of inline spade fuses for something with no labels.
Any ideas where this wire would be getting power from would make this camping trip a lot more enjoyable.
Thanks for any suggestions. Sometimes suggestions sound really stupid, but lead to something else where the problem is found, so let me have them.
One last thing I really like about the Itasca, in the wall where all the control panels are located and there is a full fist full of wires, all the wires are either yellow or white. Really makes it easy to trace.