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Old 08-15-2016, 09:26 AM   #41
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Hello dalford,

"The white switch next to your level up system allows you to put your slides in and out from outside.. Push the bottom to extend push the top to retract.."

"And inside your big basement door on the drivers side you will see three knobs. When you close them they will block the slide from opening or closing. This way you can have individual slide room control.

So if you just need to open one slide, close the other two knobs. Or vice versa if you want to close a particular slide.."


You have been very helpful by providing all this information! I am not alone in appreciation of it all. Thank you.

Where did you find these gems of knowledge?
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Old 08-15-2016, 09:36 AM   #42
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Sorry to jump in late, but I was having those problems as well as constantly blowing fuses on mine. The dealer went back in and put an automotive in line circuit that will reset itself should the system shut off or malfunction. They basically cut out the inline 15 amp fuse. It's worked flawlessly since this has happened.
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Old 08-15-2016, 10:02 AM   #43
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Sorry to jump in late, but I was having those problems as well as constantly blowing fuses on mine. The dealer went back in and put an automotive in line circuit that will reset itself should the system shut off or malfunction. They basically cut out the inline 15 amp fuse. It's worked flawlessly since this has happened.
It seems to be a similar problem, but my fuse has not blown. The tiny micro-circuit breakers did blow though.
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Old 08-15-2016, 05:57 PM   #44
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Hello dalford,

"The white switch next to your level up system allows you to put your slides in and out from outside.. Push the bottom to extend push the top to retract.."

"And inside your big basement door on the drivers side you will see three knobs. When you close them they will block the slide from opening or closing. This way you can have individual slide room control.

So if you just need to open one slide, close the other two knobs. Or vice versa if you want to close a particular slide.."


You have been very helpful by providing all this information! I am not alone in appreciation of it all. Thank you.

Where did you find these gems of knowledge?
During my PDI they kinda mentioned the outside slide switch and the Individual Room Control knobs (IRC is what Lippert calls them). From there I researched online and did a little experimenting and figured it out. Glad I could help a fellow CC owner...
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This is funny.

Another fellow whose name I will not give (LOL) got the same unit I did, about 2 months ahead of ours last spring. So I have hammered him via email with questions. What does this do? How does that work?

He answered every time. Except when I asked what that white button next to the inverter did. His answer was "I dunno. YOU PUSH IT!".

We laughed at it for months. He finally pushed it, and voila.........the slides worked.

Now if I can only find a way to label the 3 switches inside by the door!
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Get the mylci app for your iPad or I phone all the info and pictures and trouble shooting flow charts are in the app. It covers all LCI products. I also believe there is an app for android also


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Here is the link. myLCI by Lippert Components, Inc.
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Hello Dalford, I am still unsure about the three knobs that select individual slide operation. Are the knobs you refer to the black knurled dials on this image? I'm reluctant to do anything with them since they seems to be part of the hydraulics.



Thank you, again!
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Hello Dalford, I am still unsure about the three knobs that select individual slide operation. Are the knobs you refer to the black knurled dials on this image? I'm reluctant to do anything with them since they seems to be part of the hydraulics.



Thank you, again!
No, let me go take a pic and I will get back to you shortly...
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