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Old 08-21-2017, 02:25 PM   #1
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Uneven Slide Out

I need to adjust soft limits on one slide but am having trouble finding the circuit board. I have a 2007 Newmar Mountain Aire 3991....anyone know where that is located?
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Old 08-22-2017, 08:24 AM   #3
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Slide out controllers are located in the storage bays mounted on the I-Beam on either side of your coach.
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Thanks Stealth! WOW I am feeling really worthless because I can't find it. I've crawled thru the entire basement and have followed the wires from all of the slide motors and they go up into the floor. I am lost to find it.
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On our 2013 Ventana LE the circuit board is on one of the pass thru trunks on a side wall (that's a partition running the width of the coach) Ours is covered with a cover, and when you remove the cover you can tell it because it has 5 (I think) little buttons on it which are switches. Newmar can give you a detailed 4 page instruction set including pictures.

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Here is a couple of photos, the bay where they are located on the door side and then a photo of them mounted on the rail.
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hmmm. I've got nothing similar. I guess I'll call the factory and see if they can tell me. Thanks for the replies.
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Mine (1994 KSDP) is located under the sink against the outer wall.
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Mine (1994 KSDP) is located under the sink against the outer wall.
Mine too - what a pain and have no clue how to reach it.
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A follow up, in case anyone else has the similar issue...I talked to the service department 3 different times trying to locate a circuit board for the slides. It's not behind the sink or under any cabinets. I had 3 different people search every inch inside and in the cargo bays. I'm convinced if there is a circuit board as described, it's buried out of site and not accessible. There was some modifications made before we bought the coach so possibly that's the reason. However, the good news is IT"S FIXED. And it only took about 15 minutes. I spent hours looking for a circuit board. Disconnecting the Tourque (Transtourque) Bushings and turning the shaft was easy peasy once I figured out how to disconnect according to the factory instructions. Now the slides move more smoothly and quietly than when we first purchased the coach.
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A follow up, in case anyone else has the similar issue...I talked to the service department 3 different times trying to locate a circuit board for the slides. It's not behind the sink or under any cabinets. I had 3 different people search every inch inside and in the cargo bays. I'm convinced if there is a circuit board as described, it's buried out of site and not accessible. There was some modifications made before we bought the coach so possibly that's the reason. However, the good news is IT"S FIXED. And it only took about 15 minutes. I spent hours looking for a circuit board. Disconnecting the Tourque (Transtourque) Bushings and turning the shaft was easy peasy once I figured out how to disconnect according to the factory instructions. Now the slides move more smoothly and quietly than when we first purchased the coach.


Was going to suggest this as I did two of mine. I now carry the wrench in the basement.
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