Found out this particular slide does not have a control panel. Just a switch and a auto resetting fuse built in for safety,I guess. Found the wiring terminates near the battery. In my RV some of this critical wiring is in an open area under the coach. It's exposed to the elements.Very poor design,but being an entry level class A I guess they have to save some cost somewhere. All the conections are very rusty and corroded. Wiggled some wires and the slide started working. Unfortunatly after a short drive it quit again. Another wiggle and it worked. I plan to unhook and clean all these conections when I have more time as I'm sure other systems in my RV are connected there and may short out in the future. I also plan to resplace the 30amp auto fuses as the nuts are siezed and I will probably damage them when disconnecting the wires. Building an enclosure to protect this area from road spray is also on the list. Ahhh! The joys of RV ownership. It never ends. I just love RVing so much I will continue to put up with these incoveiniances.
Untill next time(I'm sure it's coming soon). Go RVing!!!