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Old 05-20-2014, 06:30 PM   #1
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We are having a problem with our camper. Both batteries are fine but the slides are not working. We are thinking it is an electrical problem. We can not get the appointment to have it looked at till June 10. We are wanting to go camping long before that. Does anyone have any ideas on how to find out what is going on. Which switches or how to go about fixing it ourselves. Thanks for any help offered.
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First, I would be looking for blown fuses.

I'm guessing your slide mechanisms and jacks are from PowerGear. Do the jacks work? If the hydraulic fluid for the PowerGear system is low, the jacks and slides might not work.
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The motorhome has to be in "park"
AND>>>the emergency brake has to be "ON"

Will not work if the e brake is not set.
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Engine had to run on WH chassis to move the slides lid the items in the above post
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