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Old 08-12-2014, 07:55 PM   #1
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Slide out control

My problem the slide out control module for the bed room slide is giving me trouble, the slide will stop working I have to go in and work the Module around to get it to start again. I have been doing this for awhile would like to replace it just wondering how big a job this is and if any one has done it.

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Old 08-12-2014, 09:16 PM   #2
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i have a hand full of the ECMs used to control the motor its self if i have the right unit you can just have one if you want

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i have a hand full of the ECMs used to control the motor its self if i have the right unit you can just have one if you want
I have a o2 Bounder not sure what the part number is, all I know it is small circuit board with a fuse and module on it and a place to plug in wires, also have the same thing for the front slide it works just fine.
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I had a broken solder connection where the power connected to board. I repaired it quickly with a small soldering iron. You might take your board out and give it a check, it was very obvious that the solder joint was broken.
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