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Old 01-05-2022, 06:14 PM   #1
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No electric to slides

I have an '05 National Tropical and need to manually crank in the slides. I got the bedroom done but can't find the nut on the front 2 slide motors. Do I have to remove the motors to access a way to crank in the slides? Short of that I have no idea where to start. Any ideas? Thanks, Mark
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Mark, did you figure it out? The slides are controlled by a 40 amp relay. Each slide has two, one to open and one to close.
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Thanks Julia, I did finally figure it out. My electrical outlet had failed and no power was getting to the batteries which eventually failed. Massive headache to get everything straightened out. Thanks for the help, Mark.
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Thanks Julia, I did finally figure it out. My electrical outlet had failed and no power was getting to the batteries which eventually failed. Massive headache to get everything straightened out. Thanks for the help, Mark.
It's always something. Glad you are back up and running. I know that sinking feeling when you hit the switch and nothing happens.
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Where are the relays?

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Mark, did you figure it out? The slides are controlled by a 40 amp relay. Each slide has two, one to open and one to close.
I cannot find them.
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I cannot find them.
If you have a similar RV like my 2005 SeaBreeze LX, the panel is located in the compartment that is in front of the entry door. It is where the inverter is located. There is a black plastic panel that is held in with a screw and velcro. When looking into the compartment the circuit panel is mounted on the wall on the left. There are 2 relays for each slide. One for out and one for in. I attached a picture of the relay.
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