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Old 06-14-2018, 12:23 PM   #1
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Slideouts

I have a 2001 Fleetwood Expedition with 2 slides. Neither one works. No power to them. Is there a relay anywhere and if where is it located
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Is the chassis brake on (and engine off if necessary)?
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Welcome to the forum! We're sorry that it took a problem for you to join us, but we are glad that you are here and hope that you will stay engaged after you have a resolution to your problem.

Have you went back and followed the manual step by step for the levelers and went through the trouble shooting steps? Many times it is often something simple being overlooked.
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Each slide has a controller, which includes the power relay. There are probably interlocks as well to prevent the slide being opened with engine running or brake not set.
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