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Old 08-11-2013, 01:04 PM   #1
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Manual Slide Out Retract

I don't want to say this was not covered in my walk through; It could be just my oldtimers kicking in or getting kicked about the head over the years while making arrest........While I have no need for it at this time I would like to find it so if and when I'm ready...I have looked everywhere I can think of...I have a 2013 3050SF.
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Old 08-11-2013, 01:06 PM   #2
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I asked the tech that did my walk thru and he said he didn't know. I got on the Internet and looked up the procedure. Different types have different ways to get them in.
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Old 08-11-2013, 04:36 PM   #3
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I asked the tech that did my walk thru and he said he didn't know. I got on the Internet and looked up the procedure. Different types have different ways to get them in.

I've looked everywhere I can. Crawled under the vehicle. I checked every compartment. Checked under the bed, under bench seats at the table...No luck. I checked the Internet and still no luck...This unit has the full body slide........

The manual is zero help

Oh well I have to go in for service soon and I will have them find it.
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Old 08-12-2013, 03:47 AM   #4
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3050 is a Lippert In-Wall Slide. It's late, or I'd post the link, but there is a link to the video on our Facebook page. Or you can go to Youtube and search for Lippert In wall slide. Gives you manual retraction instructions there.
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Old 08-12-2013, 12:27 PM   #5
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Lippert - Schwintek In-Wall Slideout VIDEO!!

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Old 08-12-2013, 01:28 PM   #6
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thanks for that trwmodela. It was 2am...just landed in Kalispell and so I was being lazy.
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Alos you can unplug the power from the controler for both slides and that should allow the break/power to be releaset to the motors and manually push the slide out/in then reconnect to hold it in place. Thats how i was explained on the walk through and i have the same slide manufacturer.
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Alos you can unplug the power from the controler for both slides and that should allow the break/power to be releaset to the motors and manually push the slide out/in then reconnect to hold it in place. Thats how i was explained on the walk through and i have the same slide manufacturer.

I read this also of the forum somewhere (not in a manuel) of unplugging the power to the controller for the slides and that will 'release' the brakes. I disconnected the power completely from the my trailer at the batt and was unable to push in my slide or push it out. I am not saying that you are wrong, I am saying that I could not move my slide when 'power' was removed from it. I do have the Lippert - Schwintek In-Wall Slideout. Could you try what you are saying about removing power and see if you can push your out? From what I can see from the film clip and have been told, the only way to 'slide' the 'slide' is to 'slide' the motors up out of the way. 'If' your 'slide' is 'in' to the point that you can not get to the slide motors, then some of the sheet metal will have to be removed to get to the motors. I have not messed with any of my motors as 'the Dealer' is addressing my 'slide' problems and I do not want to 'make it worse' by going to the BIG Tools......
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You "CAN" push the slide in if you disconnect power. We used to offer a switch to do just that. Problem is, the gear reduction makes it very difficult and slow. I think Lippert stopped putting the switches in because doing it that way was more trouble than it was worth.

I had a dealer do it this way and took 4 guys to push the slide in with the motors still engaged. Best bet is still to pop the motors up.
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Old 08-12-2013, 06:35 PM   #10
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I notice they mention and show a circuit board called a "Dual motor synchronous velocity slide controller" which will give you error codes and allow you to reset and retract the slide if you loose one of the two motors....Anyone know where this controller is located...This is not the In/Out switch mounted in the main control panel.
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