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Old 06-18-2006, 09:53 AM   #1
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Ok, I am all out answers so maybe someone can help. I have a 2000 Gulfstream Seahawk travel trailer. I was prepping for the weekend and cannot get the hydralic system on the slideout to work Basically, seems like there is no electrical power going to the pump or at the switch.. Below is what I have done thus far:
1. Replaced Battery with a Brand New RV Diehard 675 Cranking AMps
2. Checked all fuses--including 5amp fuse at the pump
3. Checked circuit breaker on panel and replaced with a new 15amp
4.Checked all hydraulic pump fluid levels
5.Checked all circuit breakers and GFI circuits
6.Inspected underneath slideout- no visible leaks or binding items.
7.Checked switch on the wall and tried jumping,.
8. Tried jiumping solenoid at the pump - no fire
9. Prayed........

I am currently looking for a hydralic system wiring schematic because I think the circuit is broken somwhere......

Any advise would be greatly appreciated..Happy Fathers Day ALL.....Lou
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Old 06-18-2006, 09:53 AM   #2
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Ok, I am all out answers so maybe someone can help. I have a 2000 Gulfstream Seahawk travel trailer. I was prepping for the weekend and cannot get the hydralic system on the slideout to work Basically, seems like there is no electrical power going to the pump or at the switch.. Below is what I have done thus far:
1. Replaced Battery with a Brand New RV Diehard 675 Cranking AMps
2. Checked all fuses--including 5amp fuse at the pump
3. Checked circuit breaker on panel and replaced with a new 15amp
4.Checked all hydraulic pump fluid levels
5.Checked all circuit breakers and GFI circuits
6.Inspected underneath slideout- no visible leaks or binding items.
7.Checked switch on the wall and tried jumping,.
8. Tried jiumping solenoid at the pump - no fire
9. Prayed........

I am currently looking for a hydralic system wiring schematic because I think the circuit is broken somwhere......

Any advise would be greatly appreciated..Happy Fathers Day ALL.....Lou
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Lou, welcome to iRV2.com. We are glad to have you join us here and we look forward to reading of your adventures and experiences. Did you have trouble before replacing battery? If not, could you have a wire for the slide room not attached or attached to the wrong post on the battery? Follow the positive cables off the batttery. You should come to a circuit breaker or two. Make sure the is power getting on the load side of the breakers. Retry slideout. I would recommend the next time you change the battery out that you consider a deep cycle battery over a cranking battery. Let us know what you find. I think you may have a breaker tripped. If it is a manual reset type, you will need to puch the little button back in on the end of it.
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