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Old 05-09-2021, 07:41 PM   #1
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97 Sun Voyager slide doesn't move

Can anyone tell me where the electrical panel (fuse or breaker/relay) is for the slide control? The manual I have says there is a light on the bottom of the switch plate, but the plate in my coach doesn't have a light. Are there interlocks on the driver's seat or emergency brake switch? If so, how do I test them to see if they are working properly? Thanks
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Without knowing which chassis you have, or which brand of slides you have, I'd only be guessing, but probably there's a 4"X4"X2" box under the dash on the drivers side on the firewall, covered by large bundles of wires.

Yes, there are interlocks and it depends on the RV manufacturer how they did theirs but all of them prevent you from driving somehow if the slide is extended AND they prevent the operation of the slides if the brake is not set. Oh, and the jacks too. I don't know about a drivers seat interlock but it's possible of course if the RV slide would ruin the seat if you retracted the slide with the seat set too far back. Most don't bother with an interlock like that thou.
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The drivers seat needs to be all the way forward. The key off or out of iginition
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Old 05-11-2021, 05:34 PM   #4
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Some require: 1) Parking Brake Set; 2) Jacks Down; 3) Engine Off (many, with Jacks, retract Jacks if engine on to prevent drive away damage (Jacks will not extend if IGN=ON); 4) Driver seat fully forward/ tilted to prevent damage to/from slide. Always INSPECT OUTSIDE/ WALK AROUND BEFORE EXTENDING; Once you figure out the safety combination (if equipped), check any 12vdc CIRCUIT BREAKERS NEAR BATTERY (usually within 18-inches of battery) for a RESET button sticking out? MOST slide/ Jack problems related to Dead/ Low/ Bad Batteries. LUCK
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Mine doesn’t care about the seat but the parking break needs to be set and for the levelers. the key on.
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