<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Dave Holl:
We have a Titanium too. Our manual says to crawl underneath the slide out. Disconnect the gear drive by the 12volt motor.(It looks like a pin that is removable) That allows the motor shaft to be turned with the appropriate sized socket without turning the motor.
Why doesn't your motor work?
Dave Holl <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
No my slide is working fine, I just don't want to have to figure it out on the road someday.
My manual says to release the break by moving a lever on the motor to the released position. I did this and I still can't get it to move.
Removing the pin sounds like a lot of work just to manualy move the room in. Then what would hold the room in while on the road, unless the pin was put back in, but what are the chances that the holes will line up at that point.
The way mine is made there is no place for a socket, the only thing I can see is to put wrench on the square shaft that runs to both gear tracks. But it won't move no matter what poition I put the lever in.