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Old 04-11-2016, 01:55 PM   #11
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Stupid Question ???
Does anyone know if our 2013 Sunseeker 2500TS has 3 of these controllers ???

If the slide has parallel gear tracks on the sides of the slide, it will have the controller. If gear track is on the bottom, controller could be part of the switches.
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Old 04-11-2016, 05:21 PM   #12
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If the slide has parallel gear tracks on the sides of the slide, it will have the controller. If gear track is on the bottom, controller could be part of the switches.
The 2500 TS has top and bottom tracks on all three slides.
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Old 04-12-2016, 07:30 AM   #13
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The 2500 TS has top and bottom tracks on all three slides.
Don't think so Joe,,, dinning room slide has no tracks on the sides,,, they are on the bottom,,, totally different slid than Bed & Wardrobe !!!
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Old 04-12-2016, 09:02 AM   #14
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Don't think so Joe,,, dinning room slide has no tracks on the sides,,, they are on the bottom,,, totally different slid than Bed & Wardrobe !!!
We are about 1,700 miles away from the 2500TS. so I was going by recall. The ol' bean let me down on this one.

There is a difference in the operation as well.When we purchased ours last June, we noticed that as the dining slide started to extend, the top tipped out a bit farther than the bottom. As it started to ratchet, the top stopped moving and the bottom caught up to lock it in. Come back in, the bottom edge started moving slightly ahead of the top, until it ratcheted closed. We asked the dealer about that and we were told that that was the way it was supposed to work. The other thing we noted that the bed slide and the closet slide do no ratchet. Again the dealer told us that was normal.

While on the subject of the 2500TS, the rear view camera was functioning, but had half of the view taken up by bed slide awning. I found a plastic clamp for a truck bed tool box that fit exactly between the running lights. I modified the piece to route the video cable. and managed to locate, and drill the piece to used the original mounting holes. Painted white and sealed, it looks like it came that way. The 3/4" block got the camera out far enough so we no longer see the awning. We can see within 6' of the bumper at the pavement and to the rear an estimated 40 yards. In the "rear view mirror" image, the 8' ladder is against the rear bumper. Ooops, a little of topic, but you can contact me via email if you have more interest.
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Looks like a Great Idea !!!
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Old 04-12-2016, 09:22 AM   #16
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Years ago we had a Flagstaff TT with a Super Slide,,, we would very gently pull on the top when we brought it in,,, so that the top came in lever with the bottom !!!
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My rear, bedroom slide failed to retract late last season. I had it repaired under warranty. Now the rear doesn't go all the way in on its own. If I gently push on it as it retracts, it retracts completely. I should report it to the shop but just haven't done it.
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Slides are Great when they work right !!!
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