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Old 05-02-2014, 08:34 AM   #1
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Trouble shooting RV slide

setting up at site slide went out great. When breaking camp site was dead . house batteries checked out as 12.66 volts. I can't find any one fuse or breaker to slide. I checked all fuses on engine fire wall. I have a 2000 Georgie Boy Landau. Any help where fuse is located ?
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Old 05-02-2014, 08:42 AM   #2
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Not familiar with your coach but my slides won't work if ignition is on.
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Old 05-02-2014, 08:48 AM   #3
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Site went dead? You mean no power at pedestal try starting Gen for a good 12v's for motors.
Slides work better with good voltage for motors if batteries low.
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The slide out circuit beakers are in the outside panel below the drivers door/window. On the right side in the row of breakers. I THINK those are self resetting CB's....
This drawing should be in your manual.. Hope it helps...
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Another thought, the slides are interlocked, will not operate if the compartment doors under the slide are open or if the wire has slipped off the pin switch,(interlock). I've had the switches break, replacements available at places that do car alarms.
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The slide out circuit beakers are in the outside panel below the drivers door/window. On the right side in the row of breakers. I THINK those are self resetting CB's....
This drawing should be in your manual.. Hope it helps...
I have this diagram on the back of fuse box cover . This all french to me . I checked every fuse in this box , all good. Used multimeter. Where is a row of circuit breakers ?
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Hooligan: I have an 01 Georgie Boy 35' CruiseMaster with 2 slideouts. I have not the first manual with this unit (oh fun)... my slides have what appear to be a gear driven rail on each that some hidden electric gear drive motor operates. SO FAR all has been functioning very well, my greatest fear is for the motors to quit. I don't even know the process for manually retracting the slides although I do have some long shaft thing and see a hole to put it in... my question is, don't I have to release the motor or gear or something first???? Where are the drive motors located, how are they accessed as I can SEE no motors at all. Panels in the basement to remove perhaps? Any input GREATLY appreciated.
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Check this site out. http://www.justanswer.com/rv-motorho...n-t-slide.html
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Is your parking break on? I know mine will not move unless the parking break is on.
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To manually retract the slides, there is a brake on the end of the motor that has to be disengaged. Easy way is to move the auto/manual switch for the slide out to manual, then hold the slide retract switch to retract (or IN), this releases the brake so that a helper can insert the handle and retract the slide. If there is no power to the switches, the brake must be removed from the end of the motor by removing 3 screws... See the attached file.

Manual for the slide out is here: http://www.myrvpartsplacestore.com/a...O-12024ins.pdf

Coachmen has manuals for GeorgieBoy here- enter model year to start-- http://www.coachmenrv.com/OwnerManuals.aspx
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