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Old 01-06-2014, 05:37 PM   #1
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Travel Supreme Slide Out

As a new member just wanted to say hello to everyone and, yes, I do have a question. Just bought a 2004 Travel Supreme Class A 38DS04 with four slides. The bedroom slide that includes the bed quit working. I tested the connections at the switch and there is no voltage. That tells me its a fuse or relay, according to my research. The fuse is good and I can not fiind the relay or slide controller. Can anyone help me locate it...a wiring diagram would be great. Have a great day and thanks.

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Hi Pappageorgia,
Welcome to iRV2. To receive the correct answer, you'll need someone who knows your Brand and model of coach. iRV2 has a forum dedicated to Travel Supreme. Go to Travel Supreme Owner's Forum - iRV2 Forums and take a look. Consider having the moderators move your post to that forum.
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Thanks Gary. I didn't know that. How do I get the Moderators to move the post?
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Welcome to irv2. I've moved your thread here hoping you'll get the help you need. Cliff
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Old 01-06-2014, 06:30 PM   #5
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My bedroom slide did the same thing in a 42' TS........after fooling around with it for hours, I plugged in shore power, the charger kicked in, and it was fixed........it has not done it again since.......... JB
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Forgot to mention the slide controller(s) are mounted in the main power box just below the driver's side window................ JB
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I am sure the controllers are interchangeable with each other. First thing I'd do, is swap the controller connecting plugs. that will rule out everything but the controller. Then you can swap controllers to verify that it's bad.
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I am sure the controllers are interchangeable with each other. First thing I'd do, is swap the controller connecting plugs. that will rule out everything but the controller. Then you can swap controllers to verify that it's bad.
I went through all of that on mine. Didn't help so I put it back. Once I hooked up shore and got the batteries hot it worked. That bedroom slide is heavy and draws a lot of amps just to get it moving.............. JB
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Old 02-04-2014, 02:36 PM   #9
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bed slide

i have the same modle there are two fuses one in the bed room 12 volt pannel and one in the rear controle pannel with the slide controllers pk42
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