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Old 09-20-2015, 01:48 PM   #1
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Who's the Slide out manufacturer?

I have 2 slide outs on the Forester 2701DS. I know my bed slide out is a Schwintek and the controller is under the bed by the Power fuse and switch panel. But who makes the dinette slide out? Can't find anything other than the bolt and cotter pin in the compartment below. Would like the model number also.
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Old 09-21-2015, 08:30 AM   #2
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It is a Lippert slide the actuall part name is called the "Dual above floor slide"


If you ever have to manually retract your slide you need to pull that pin and take a wrench or ratchet to that bolt and begin to rotate it.
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Old 09-21-2015, 10:14 AM   #3
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Thanks Joshua, I was able to go online and download the manual for both slides. I was a able to download the thermostat manual for AC yesterday. It was 105 degrees inside and couldn't get the air to work. Read the code and did a Google search. Found the thermostat error code E-2 meant the thermostat was beyond range and cooled it down. Good thing I was in my driveway and not boon docking away from internet service.
Can you tell me the model of the Dometic 15000 A/C with heat pump? I'd like to download that also.
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Old 09-21-2015, 11:24 AM   #4
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Sage, did your coach come with a big folder with documentation for all the accessories in the coach - as in a/c, heater, levelers, radio, tv antennae, stove, oven, etc. All my past coaches came with a big folder with docs about installation and operation of everything in the coach.
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VWExpert, mine came in a clear plastic bag with most of the same literature I got with my Winnebago which came in a nice fabric brief case.. Missing were anything on AC-heat pump, furnace and thermostat, refrigerator, slide outs, Maxxfan, Air bags, Batteries and warranty. I was able to get most manuals online. I put everything in an expandable file folder and labeled for quick reference. Also made a quick list of important phone numbers like roadside service (Coach-net, Ford and Progressive Insurance ALL FREE), manufacturer tech support numbers for all the important products on board with model numbers and S/N.
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If you need manuals to anything PM me with your email address and I can get you what I have.
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Where does it say to pull that pin to wrench the slide in? Will it cause damage if you don't.

Slide has since been repaired but I had to wrench mine in 3 times but was never told to pull pin. Is there a manual that covers this? What should I look for ?

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If you need manuals to anything PM me with your email address and I can get you what I have.
Josh, I'm up for that for our 3171. I'll send you a pm tomorrow on what I need.
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Old 09-28-2015, 08:23 AM   #9
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Our Sunseeker 3100 has a Lippert slide. I tried to wrench it out manually just to see how hard it would be and so I could figure out what tools I needed. To my surprise it was very easy. It just took wrist action with a 3/8 ratchet.
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Old 09-28-2015, 09:57 AM   #10
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RamblerGuy, what size socket and did you remove the pin?
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