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Old 04-19-2021, 11:14 PM   #1
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Big slide circuitry

my 2007 36d Pace Arrow. The Sirius back lite is on but no radio signal or sirius,,,, does anyone know where the. Fuse is.
AND. the big slide were is the fuse for the. on/ off switch I think the front locking motor took a powder
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Big slide circuitry

Not sure if this applies or not, But. My full slide stopped working. On phone with service rep here was the problem. New coach has all circuit breakers, no fuses, EXCEPT. In the one bay, there is a rely for each slide. On the wiring, there is a in-line fuse!! Think it is a 35 amp. was burned, replaced all good. So know I know where the 2 in-line fuses are. Hope this may help.
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Old 04-28-2021, 10:43 AM   #3
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full wall SLIDE

never found the MCC, but the rear room lock failed
the motors plastic pivot point broke off
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Since the location of fuses is rarely the same between different brands, models, or years of manufacturer, you will probably be much more help if you give us more information.
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my 2007 36d Pace Arrow. The Sirius back lite is on but no radio signal or sirius,,,, does anyone know where the. Fuse is.
AND. the big slide were is the fuse for the. on/ off switch I think the front locking motor took a powder
[SIZE="7"]IT HAS A RESET on the front panel
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