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Old 10-09-2019, 12:27 PM   #1
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Nuwa Glide out problems

We just bought a 91 nuwa hitch hiker champagne edition. It had previously been sitting for 2 years with the glide out extended. We got it back in and moved it to our property. Now the glide out won't go back out. It came with every manual except the owners manual. Is there a way to manually extend it? We believe its out of hydraulic fluid and we dont have the money for more right now but need to extend it so we can start remodeling it.

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Old 10-09-2019, 04:44 PM   #2
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most hydraulic slides use automatic transmission fluid so that when it leaks you can see red stains on the ground..

When you power up the slide, listen to where you hear the pump running and open the cubby door and look in the reservoir and see how much fluid you see...

The system stores fluid in the back side of the cylinder so when the slide goes one direction the fluid on the other side returns to the pump...

I'd guess if the tank is full and you don't see a leak, some of the valving is rusted and won't function correctly or the electrical wiring to the solenoids might be loose...

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Old 10-10-2019, 08:49 AM   #3
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I would check for a popped breaker. Mine has 2 breakers in the battery compartment. They can be hard to see because they are small. Just a lever that needs to be pressed back in.
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