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Old 09-18-2023, 05:21 PM   #15
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Great Idea with the snake camera, if all clear and all old glue removed hopefully you can get the shower wall ack where it belongs, and job done.
As far as that step motor I'll almost bet if it has voltage, it's just stuck especially if it hasn't been used for a long time. Hopefully a good tap on the housing will do the trick, or you may have to take it apart like I did on one of mine. It's not a bad Idea to just order another motor and work on that as a spare at your leisure.
Good Luck keep up the good work.
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Old 09-19-2023, 08:30 AM   #16
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Does the treaded shaft have a square/hexagon end that simply slips into the end of the motor?
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Old 09-19-2023, 05:42 PM   #17
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Shower/Step Cover/PowerGear slide

An interesting morning, found it fairly easy to remove the carpet covered cover, easily removed the step cover motor. Found it to have a dead spot. Got it working nicely. Put a little white lithium on the threaded rod. Ran it in and out several times working as designed. Then….it stuck in the retracted position. Now I cant get it out to access the top and or motor. Thoughts on getting it released? I can get the locking bar up so it should slide out…but no luck. It’s been a sh_t show. Today went to put the Power gear slide out (always has worked perfectly) started to move then all stopped. Chased it all day with Winnebago on the line twice, then LCI, cant find the control box for it. Any idea on where it might be? I can find them for the two rear bedroom slides but can not find the powergear or the kitchen Schwintek. Any thoughts on locations? Thanks
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Old 09-22-2023, 06:42 PM   #18
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Hi again.
Thanks for letting me know that you have now got a good visual behind the shower stall wall using the snake camera, and you can see an obstruction blob of glue/adhesive hopefully you can remove it. the screw you see that probably attached to the fix wall probably missed any solid framework reason it just pulled away. At this point wouldn't worry too much about that when ready and all is clear just get as much surface contact coated with adhesive and secure as previously mentioned using 2x4 to hold while it sets up. You could if you wish drill through the shower door frame inside the u channel and see if a good screw will hit the frame structure using a flat head brass screw just check that the screw length won't go through the outer wall but is long enough to give a good hold. If that works, you'll have a good mechanical fix along with the construction adhesive and it will never move again. If it doesn't hit something solid just remove the screw fill the hole with silicon and you're finished.
Good Luck please let us know how things work out.
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