RV slide electrical issue
I have a 2004 Holiday Rambler Vacationer 37PCT Workhorse chassis. I have what appears to be a few electrical issues.
My information panel voltage readout is inconsistent reading at times only 10.5 to 11.4 volts…both chassis and house. Sometimes it reads right, and it seams to read the same for different intervals whether on gen set or shore power. For either situation the batteries are reading correctly with a digital multi meter at 13.5 + for house and 12.7 for the chassis. I did change my converted yesterday and it is correctly putting out 13.6 or better as measured with a meter.
My main slide motor on drivers side has been slow for a time so I investigated that and decided to change out the motor…..now it is measuring next to nothing on the leads coming to the motor voltage and won’t move at all electrically. I can manually retract so mechanically it is all good. Another issue is the LP/grey/ black/ fresh water readout on the inside control panel has not worked for a short while in this mix but the outside readout in the wet bay does. The bedroom slide on the drivers side works well without issue.
The bedroom slide has a fuse in the bedroom house fuse box and is good. The relay in the house battery bay passenger side rear functions.
The main slide fuse in the main electrical cabinet behind the front passenger wheel fuse 22 is identified and it is good. It seems that the relay for the rear slide engages when the main slide motor button in engaged but no movement or voltage at the leads.
My immediate thoughts are I might have a relay I can’t identify, a circuit breaker I can’t identify, a bad slide switch not allowing enough voltage, a bad voltage test button on the information panel……
I don’t have wiring diagrams so I am running blind. Any help is appreciated. I am a full time RVer for the last six years but feel completely befuddled on this one….could be a series of events that have been adding up…. Thanks in advance!