OK, went up and checked mine. Ran the seat back and looked up under the dash and no go. Next I pulled the plastic panel under the leveling controls and found a couple of cool things there but no fuses. Did find that the lever that controls the airbags for raising and lowering the coach is fastened to the valve and there is no rod or anything. Also figgered out that someone had been in there before as there were only 3 out of 6 screws there. I have noticed that, possibly the previous owner or a regular repair person, normally only replaced as many screws in a panel as necessary to hold it in place.
So, outside in 36 degree weather and opened the panel under the drivers window and found both the 30 amp drivers seat fuse and the 15 amp step/slide fuse, both ok. Then went back and rechecked the wiring at the rocker switch next to the door and there is still power to all parts of the switch. The next thing to do is to try to get the point of the tester into the wiring harness that you can see thru the opening under the slide.
Long story short is that there is power that far. I can see the motor and it is under the drivers seat and above the fuel tank. I think.
2001 National Tradewinds 7390 LTC
2002 Subaru Legacy outback Limited stick