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Old 03-04-2014, 03:00 PM   #1
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Pulling out the Onan generator slide

Although I do not need to service, I was trying to pull out the generator slide to get familiar with the operation. I opened up the hood via the hood release and unlatched the 2 latches that hold the generator slide out in. It would not pull out. So am I missing a step? I remember the demonstration by the dealer but that was back in December '2013. I have a 2005 Dutch Star DP 3810. I do know that it is not an automatic slide.

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Old 03-04-2014, 03:03 PM   #2
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Hello George, on my Mountain Aire once the top half is opened as you have did, I have another pull lever over top to the left side of the genset to release it on it rails so it can slide out. My pull lever(tee-handle) is about where the red arrow is in photo. I am not sure if yours would be the same......
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Thanks Palehorse. "If it was a snake it would have bit me."
I just needed to give it a good yank and that did the trick. Thanks again.
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Did you have the same thing I described on yours in that location?
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Palehorse:

Yes it was exactly there at the location you pointed out. Thanks so much.

I may eventually know where everthing is. LOL
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Welcome to DutchStar. We have an 05 DSDP 3809. Still running like new.
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DutchStar 38: Thanks and we love ours so far. Still trying to figure out a what a few buttons do, etc (all small things) but we are getting there.
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