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Old 07-30-2020, 02:29 PM   #1
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Slide Relay Fuse

I am trouble shooting a slide that wonít move on our 2000 Monaco Dynasty. Right now I am looking for the fuse for the line the runs from the battery to the solenoid. The manual shows the large type fuse that bolts to the chassis but I am not having any luck finding it. Other threads here have referred to it as a 40A fuse.
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Can't help with the fuse but I will say every time my slides wouldn't work
the problem has been one of the switches at the bay doors or there is a
5 amp fuse on the slide control board .
My control board is in the rear elect bay lower right .

Good luck

Ray
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Thanks for your response.

There should be constant power to the slide control solenoid but there is no power. Supposedly there is a 40A fuse in the line between the battery and the solenoid. It is a large fuse not a blade type fuse.

Normally the fuse is within 18Ē of the battery but I canít find it. Normally that type of fuse is bolted to the chassis.

All of the wires that run from the front to the rear are in wire loom which would make it hard to bolt.
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Thanks for your response.

There should be constant power to the slide control solenoid but there is no power. Supposedly there is a 40A fuse in the line between the battery and the solenoid. It is a large fuse not a blade type fuse.

Normally the fuse is within 18Ē of the battery but I canít find it. Normally that type of fuse is bolted to the chassis.

All of the wires that run from the front to the rear are in wire loom which would make it hard to bolt.
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