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Old 06-08-2017, 08:01 PM   #1
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2006/2007 Damon Daybreak rear slide not working

I have a 2006 Damon Daybreak 3276 bunkhouse. A dear member of my fam was helping me by closing the slide, but didn't see something was blocking it from closing. The screws holding the metal plate to the slide (which attaches to the cable) snapped off. I decided to screw the plate in with new screws just slightly above the original screws. The motor was working fine just before I did this. In order to get the cable back into the plate, I went inside the rv and gave the cable some slack, went outside and attached the cable. Then went inside and adjusted the cable to be tight again. Thought all was well, but now the motor doesn't seem to do anything. At one point in this repair I did have my daughter push the button to extend it for me, maybe if the button continued to be pressed after it was fully extended, it blew a fuse?
When I use the switch I hear one little click, then nothing. I can not find a fuse for this. I randomly checked some fuses without success.

Is there anyone out there that can tell me precisely where the fuse and relay for this Accuslide on this rv is?

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Not sure if this will help any for you but on my daybreak I have to bring my slide completely out before it will let me bring it back in. Maybe during your time letting out slack messed with the timing on it.
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Old 07-26-2017, 12:38 PM   #3
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if you hear the solenoid click its not the fuse or the switch Try plugging into shore power and operate it You may have dragged the house down enough that its not operating the slide
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