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Old 05-03-2023, 11:29 AM   #1
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2019 Phaeton IH, NO power in slide

Hi, I dont have any 120 v power in Passenger rear slide. All GFI I found were OK.. Also the Girard awning on the same side is not extending ( maybe related? )

Any help would be appreciated

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Old 05-03-2023, 12:37 PM   #2
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You check the gfi in your wet bay? All the way on the right top right. you should also have a gfi in the second or third basement door on passenger side and one underneath front slide on passenger side.
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In the bay under the slide there is a 120V outlet, or maybe a 120V inline connector now. There should be a 120V plug that fits into that outlet. The plug connects the power to the slide. Note that there is a lot of slack in the plug cord so that cord can move with the slide without pulling out of the outlet. Alternatively it might be an in-line connector now (canít recall). Same concept as the plug and outlet . If the plug comes out of the outlet, or if the inline connector comes apart the power to the slide will be cut off. Then again, this may have nothing to do with your issue.
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You check the gfi in your wet bay? All the way on the right top right. you should also have a gfi in the second or third basement door on passenger side and one underneath front slide on passenger side.
Yes check all those and they are good...
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In the bay under the slide there is a 120V outlet, or maybe a 120V inline connector now. There should be a 120V plug that fits into that outlet. The plug connects the power to the slide. Note that there is a lot of slack in the plug cord so that cord can move with the slide without pulling out of the outlet. Alternatively it might be an in-line connector now (canít recall). Same concept as the plug and outlet . If the plug comes out of the outlet, or if the inline connector comes apart the power to the slide will be cut off. Then again, this may have nothing to do with your issue.
I will look at this route... Will ley you know. Thanks
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Also check your rear bedroom closet. Believe there are two gfi outlets in there. Should be by your fuse box.
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Also check your rear bedroom closet. Believe there are two gfi outlets in there. Should be by your fuse box.
The 2 GFI I found in the rear bath were in the wardrobe , those were for the heated floor and were good.As for the breakers..All good.

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Look under the slide for connectors that look similar to the below photo. These are Molex connectors used to connect the slide wiring to the coach wiring. Sometimes they can pull or vibrate loose. In addition to the GFCIs mentioned, there is another one in the half bath on the face of the cabinet just below the countertop.
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*** update ***

Thanks everyone for the help.
Found the problem, there is a 110v outlet in the bay under the first passenger slide. That outlet is part of the Vanity / Bedroom TV slide breaker. The connexion inside that outlet was bad, I replaced the hole outlet with a home style one , much better....

Special thanks to LT Dan and ZoombieWoof

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Look under the slide for connectors that look similar to the below photo. These are Molex connectors used to connect the slide wiring to the coach wiring. Sometimes they can pull or vibrate loose. In addition to the GFCIs mentioned, there is another one in the half bath on the face of the cabinet just below the countertop.
Thanks found the issue
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I will look at this route... Will ley you know. Thanks
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