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Old 07-21-2012, 08:05 PM   #1
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slide-out Jayco Eagle 2004

I have a 2004 28.1 RLS and I don't know where the manual slide out operating rod is. I have the wrench but I don't know where to wind the slide in or out. My trailer is covered in on the bottom with hard board

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Old 07-21-2012, 09:27 PM   #2
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We had a 2005 Jayco Eagle 251RLS and it had a removable panel under the trailer for access to the slide manual crank.
It was on the opposite side from the slide, the panel was about 10" x 10".
After removing the access panel, the manual crank access was right above the opening.

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Old 07-31-2012, 06:19 AM   #3
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My 03 Jayco trailer has the rod and motor under the trailer on the same side as the slide. They are about 12 inches inside the the edge of the trailer. You remove panels underneath to see this. You had to remove the one at the electric motor(about the center of where the slide comes out) and unlatch the brake lever on the end of the motor "first". Then remove another panel to see the end of the rod to be able to turn it. After this process about 300 miles from home, I went home and replaced the electric motor. It was simple to replace the motor after you got the panels off to see the parts.
2003 Ford F350 4X4 diesel drw cc; 2000 Lance 810 truck camper; hardly notice its back there. 2003 Jayco RKS 33, yes it is back there.
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