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Old 07-30-2013, 10:09 AM   #1
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Georgetown 338SE manual slide retract

We recently bought a 2007 Georgetown 338SE and it seems this unit does not have a means to manually retract slide. This seems strange that there is no way to retract slide in event of failure in extend/retract mechanism. Can anyone help with information?
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Old 07-30-2013, 08:19 PM   #2
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We recently bought a 2007 Georgetown 338SE and it seems this unit does not have a means to manually retract slide. This seems strange that there is no way to retract slide in event of failure in extend/retract mechanism. Can anyone help with information?
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What slide do you have?
Is the slide controlled by electric motor or hydraulic piston?
Both have manual way to pull in. Do you have any manuals that came with the motorhome?
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Hi Iggy,
Ours is a hydraulic piston. We don't have an owners manual. Any help you can give us would be appreciated.
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Hi Iggy,
Ours is a hydraulic piston. We don't have an owners manual. Any help you can give us would be appreciated.
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Take a look at page 34 and 35 in the attached manual.

So if you had a leveller or a slide that won't come in because of a pump motor failure or ?
You then must attach a drill motor to the end of the motor and turn the pump yourself. You also have to manually change the valve setting using an allen wrench.
Hope this helps.
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Thanks Iggy
I can't seem to "safely" download the PDF File.
Can you email to me at mlzink@telus.net
Thanks!.. Mike
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If you can delete your email address from your message so no one else gets it. Email sent to you a few moments ago
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