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Old 03-28-2011, 01:52 PM   #1
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"Selector Switch for Independent Slideout Actuation"

It's in the sales literature (both online and printed) for Blue Ridge 5ers.

Does it mean that I have a choice as to which slideouts will move with the wall/remote key fob switch?

I know there are screw-in valves on the side of the hydro system that have the slideouts labelled independently. However, my dealer told me not to mess with the valves as they don't dictate which slideouts move with the switch.

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Old 03-30-2011, 12:09 PM   #2
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The valves on the hydraulic controls can be used to control which slides the remote will operate. You can close any or all of them and only operate the ones you want.
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Old 08-13-2011, 04:14 PM   #3
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It's in the sales literature (both online and printed) for Blue Ridge 5ers.

Does it mean that I have a choice as to which slideouts will move with the wall/remote key fob switch?

I know there are screw-in valves on the side of the hydro system that have the slideouts labelled independently. However, my dealer told me not to mess with the valves as they don't dictate which slideouts move with the switch.

???
If the screw in valves are tight (unable to turn) just take the pressure off them by hitting the open butten for a second. them screw in the valve of the slide out you do not want to use.
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