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Old 11-12-2013, 05:46 AM   #1
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slide question

We bought a 2007 Montana 3500rl picking it up Saturday. On the TT we have it has two slides each one has a switch but I noticed the Montana has hydraulic slides one switch for all four slides. My question is the slides are different sizes what happens when the bedroom slide is out all the way but the living room still has to go out further? What if I just want one slide out like I want to the kitchen and just need that slide out?

I know this will answered Saturday but the is in 4 days.

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Old 11-12-2013, 06:15 AM   #2
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You should have a series of valves that control the movement of the slides. On my Montana there is a control box housing the switches for the landing gear and stabilizers. On top of those switches are four valves which are normally open. You can close any or all of them to prevent slide movement. On your 2007, I;m not sure where the controls are located, but look at the pump and follow the lines.

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