Originally Posted by lorlena43
We don't have the specific tool as described in the manual and I don't see any 1/4 inch opening on the end of the moyor that is described in the manual. Need more help.
If you have the electric slides the motor is in the very top of the slide. It is easier to access if the slide is out than in. If you look at the big piece of molding right at the top by the ceiling, you should see three or four small round button looking pieces that cover the screws. Pry those out and remove the screws and that entire piece of molding will come off. You will see the motor and the cable system. You may be able to get whatever size socket is needed into the motor without having the special tool. The problem is going to be if you do get the slide to come in you only have about 6 inches between the slide and the ceiling to work in. That is what the special extension is for. Also, all my experience is with the front slide. I am assuming the rear is the same.
Is the breaker tripping or is the motor even attempting to run? If not, might have a bad switch on the wall.
Wonder if anyone besides me thought they were getting hydraulic slides in the 351 and didn't realize otherwise until after the purchase. During our pdi the technician even pointed out the tank for the fluid and said that was the reservoir for the slides and jacks.