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Old 05-24-2021, 04:50 PM   #1
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Damon Astoria Fuse for Slide Outs - help

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I was recently retracting the slides on the Damon ( doing all 3 at once ) and the rear drivers side slide stopped going in, the passenger side came in all the way as it has less distance to travel. Now both rear slides will not move in or out.. The front Slide is fine.. it continues to work.

I can not for the life of me find the two 30amp fuses that run the front / rear slides... any one know where to look?

I was able to find the motors and manually move them for now..

I would assume that one 30amp fuse runs the back and one 30amo fuse runs the front..

Does anyone know where these fuses are located?

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Electric or hydraulic slides? What brand?
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According to the owners manual, the power for the slide comes from the BCC. I'll upload the pages. There is a resettable circuit breaker for the slide power, labeled SOP or SDP on the page. I'd suggest that you may want to only retract one slide at a time in the future.
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