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Old 12-25-2013, 11:27 PM   #1
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Slide Motor Help ???

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Working on the slide on my ( being resurrected ) 2000 Keystone Springdale 25RKLS.the controls do not work,but, the motor and mechanism work fine. I diagnosed the red and black wires on the side are the power, but, what are the 2 black wires on the top do ??
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On mine they are a magnetic brake that keeps the motor from moving when it is supposed to off. I have a lever to move it manually. Very delicate coil inside so be careful if you take it apart.
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The black wires are the motor brake. The brake is disengaged with power to the motor in either direction.
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When i jumped power to the motor i only supplied power to the red/black wires on the side and the motor ran. Do i need to also apply power to the to black wires on top to release the brake ? And if so, does polarity matter.

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