Originally Posted by DGEndeaver
They are fuses to something in the battery compartment. They have freightliner tags on them which are no long readable anymore. They are all good. I'm not sure what they are for either. There is no power to switch or motor for the slide. The motor works if I jump it. That's why power gear is suggesting to test the slide control box because the power is distributed from it. They can help trouble shut it but I have to find it and tell them what box I have. Ugh. You won't think it would be this hard. Frustrating. Attachment 271146Attachment 271147
In the second picture, the "fuse" table, the very first fuse position is for the slide room, and it's a 15 amp circuit breaker. Pull it out and see if you have +12V at one of the socket terminals, then use the Ohms function to check the circuit breaker, you should see 0 Ohms. If you have voltage at the socket and the C.B. shows as open (infinite resistance), the circuit breaker needs to be replaced. Any auto parts store.
If you have power to the socket and the circuit breaker checks out OK, we'll be chasing some wires...