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Old 04-05-2014, 07:13 AM   #1
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Pace Arrow bedroom slide will not move

just before leaving for Myrtle Beach this am , moved in bedroom slide, heard a pop, now no movement. Motor runs, both the shaft of the motor and the end thru the gear move but the gear does not move? how do I remove the gear? I am guessing that the gear has failed? the top of the slide is all in but the bottom is out about an inch. I can push or pull it a bit. Any help on how to get this out is greatly appreciated

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Old 04-05-2014, 09:54 AM   #2
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Youch, I have no idea, but I feel your pain!! Is there a brake release so you can push it in?
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You should be able to manually get the slide in. Mine has a square shaft that I can release the gear motor and then place a crescent wrench on the square shaft, rotate that and manually bring the slide in.
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Popped a pin pr key on the shaft? Owner's manual should tell you the procedure to crank the slide in by hand.
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One slim possibility...
If those are Power Gear assemblies, there is a lever on the end of the motor opposite the shaft with the gear on it. It looks like a big tab, maybe 2"X3" or so.
That is a "brake release"...or at least I think that's what it's labeled.
It's meant to be used if you want to manually crank the slide in.
It disconnects the motor/gear drive from the shaft, allowing the shaft to be turned.
It's possible that the tab has slipped into the "free" position, disengaging the motor/gear.

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Thanks for the help. It was a broken roll pin holding the gear on the shaft. I did not see a way to disengage the motor to manually move slide with 3/4 wrench, so I had to remove the motor to turn the shaft and get the gear off. Got it done and left for MB at 2:30, there now loving life. Thanks again for the replies it is so comforting to know you can get help.
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Thank you for the update.
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