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Old 09-20-2020, 02:36 PM   #1
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2012 Newmar Mountain Aire 4344 Full Wall Slide Control Box Location

We just bought this rig and are having issues with the full wall slide going out. It comes in fine which leads me to believe the motors are fine. It does nothing when you push the out switch...after pushing it repeatedly it will finally start going.

I have located the 2 curb side control boxes but canít for the life of me find the full wall slide control box. Anyone know where it is?
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Drivers side, 3rd door back from front, mounted under a black molded plastic cover. This info. I am giving you is from my 2012 Essex, thinking they are the same? Also as far as going out with the slide, do you have the big black paddle slide lock's? If so on mine there is a time delay, not to long, after the locks are stowed, then the slide will start to move. You have to keep the out button depressed, slide locks go in, keeping the button depressed, and then just in a bit it will start to move.

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Oh, forgot,........
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Oh I bet it’s the delay! The dealership didn’t mention that and I read the manual but it didn’t have much info in it. I’ll try that! I did see those 2 black boxes, but just assumed since the other side was out in the open those were not it. Thank you so much!!
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Oh I bet itís the delay! The dealership didnít mention that and I read the manual but it didnít have much info in it. Iíll try that! I did see those 2 black boxes, but just assumed since the other side was out in the open those were not it. Thank you so much!!
Save the video I posted, it will come in handy someday if your slide quits from the button inside, you can control , adjust, and move the big slide from the button's on this controller.
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Save the video I posted, it will come in handy someday if your slide quits from the button inside, you can control , adjust, and move the big slide from the button's on this controller.

I did!! Thatís great! I already have a note going for future things! Lol
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