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Old 10-24-2011, 04:52 PM   #1
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Unhappy Rear slide

Hi there...2004 rexAir 36 with three slides...All three have gone in and out
no problem....Today both front work fine but the bed room slide will not extend. Jacks are down, key is on no sucess. I can hear the motor
turning but no action....Any ideas....
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Old 10-24-2011, 04:57 PM   #2
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Hi there...2004 rexAir 36 with three slides...All three have gone in and out
no problem....Today both front work fine but the bed room slide will not extend. Jacks are down, key is on no sucess. I can hear the motor
turning but no action....Any ideas....
Have you checked your pump fluid? I had that problem once. The front slides seemed to take all the fluid and when it came time for the rear it was too low. Bring all the slides in and check the fluid

Hope this helps

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Old 10-24-2011, 05:31 PM   #3
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Uh....my slide is NOT run by hydraulics. it's direct drive (gears) by a 12 volt motor. Is that how your's works? Rook
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Could be a sheared pin, motor under bed etc. take paneling off lower side of bed and under , you can see what has to be done if it is machanical.
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Uh....my slide is NOT run by hydraulics. it's direct drive (gears) by a 12 volt motor. Is that how your's works? Rook
No mine was run off 12 volt and hydraulics. Just thought I would
put it out there

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Thanks to all who replied to this thread. The problem was a loose wire
in the switch. Pretty easy fix once found....Again thanks a bunch.
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I've had this exact same issue.... Loooooose connection at the switch. However, I've also had the "joy" of having a wire shake loose at the solenoid. This one you will not enjoy as the solenoid is " internally" wired and the only solution is a new HWH solenoid installed to the tune of around $600.00....truly a stupid design as the solenoid was still working and I could operate the slide by simply pushing the wire back into the solenoid. Anyway, I kept it as a back- up should this happen again & I need an emergency solenoid.
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