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Old 05-12-2014, 06:24 AM   #1
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2004 Alpha Question

I have an 04 alpha see ya on the outside the is a access to the manual slide for the rear slide not i have been trying to locate where the big manual slide is but i cant seem to find it. fortunately i have not needed this but just in case i would like to know where it is?
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Do you have a motor home or 5th wheel? If 5th wheel, is it a 2 slide or 3 slide unit? It makes a difference
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Do you have a motor home or 5th wheel? If 5th wheel, is it a 2 slide or 3 slide unit? It makes a difference
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I didnt know alpha see ya's were made in 5th wheel but it is a 40 foot rv with 2 slide outs
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Yes, SeeYa,s and SeeYa Gold are made in both Class A and 5th wheel models. As far as your question, if you look in the compartment that is closest to the arm that moves the slide there will be a motor with a gearbox attached, there will be an attachment to manually move the slide. If you can't find it, call Alphateers in California, they are very knowledgeable with Alpha units and have a lot of parts, as they bought them from Leisure when they went out of business. Also Sunrisers is an east coast Alpha owners group that might be able to help you.
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Yes, SeeYa,s and SeeYa Gold are made in both Class A and 5th wheel models. As far as your question, if you look in the compartment that is closest to the arm that moves the slide there will be a motor with a gearbox attached, there will be an attachment to manually move the slide. If you can't find it, call Alphateers in California, they are very knowledgeable with Alpha units and have a lot of parts, as they bought them from Leisure when they went out of business. Also Sunrisers is an east coast Alpha owners group that might be able to help you.
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i did look all over just had no luck i just emailed alfateers thanks for the idea
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Your welcome, I wish that I could have given you a better location, but I know the Class A's are slightly different where the drive motor is. We Alfa owners need to stick together, our numbers are dwindling.
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