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Old 07-21-2016, 12:21 PM   #1
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Slideout goes out but will not retract

Slideout will not retract
Narrower ed down to control switch
Changed switch everything worked great
Put panel cover make in place,ran slideout out it would not retract
Checked all my wiring connections everything looked great still will not retract
Pulling what little hair I have left
Why did it work & then not????
Is there some kind of a relay or controller that after you run slideout out it prevents it from retracting?????
Looks simple enought to me but now I'm totally frustrated
Please help

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Old 07-21-2016, 01:28 PM   #2
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There's always a slide controller / relay.

You might find it in a bay under the slide... but not always.

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Here is a post that may help 2014 Unity Murphy Bed slide - Sprinter-Forum. Go to youtube and do a search on Schwintek and you'll see a lot of helpful videos.
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