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Old 09-22-2016, 07:53 PM   #1
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2007 Pace Arrow 36D slide out closing problem

my 2 slideouts will not close: there seems to be no electrical power to the 2 switches. There is no electrical power to the rear view camera monitor either!

All fuses in the compartiment where the propane tank is located all have power. the fuse behind the monitor is also good.

I am stucked at my campground in Quebec Canada and would like to leave by October 13th for Florida. would like to avoid large fee$ of technicians

any suggestions ??

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Find out the manufacture of the your slide power units and go to their web site... get a owners manual and a service manual and read about them... understand how they work... and fix them..
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I am not sure how technically savy you are or what tools you have at your disposal, but to me it sounds like a blown fuse. There are 2 parts to this.

#1 Just because a fuse does not look like it is blown does not mean it it now blown. This is even more true on older fuses. As was stated before check the user manual to find the area and right fuse. Believe it or not these basic manuals are usually really easy to find using a Google search.

#2 If there is a blown fuse this most likely indicates that one or more of the motors are bad. As the motors age they will draw more juice and will blow the fuse. Once you find the bad fuse (buy a few extras) try switches till it blows (might be first try.. might not). Then you will need to replace the bad motor, this may or may not be a big deal.

Hope that gives you somewhere to start. Electrical troubleshooting is most often a process of elimination.
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There should also be a mechanical way to crank them in worse case you cannot get them working
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