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Old 07-19-2014, 12:04 PM   #1
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08 Cedar Ck 34SATS low voltage to slide motor


I noticed my recliner slide is crooked-wards in its hole, not too bad, but I can see daylight thru the seal on the forward upper corner for about 3/16 wide by 2' down toward the floor.

I live in it full time when I travel for work, I've been here for 5 months.

I figured it had settled and I'd just run it in and then back out to realign it.

This is when I discovered my motor won't spin at all. no click, no buzz, no smoking try, nada.

I've checked fuses, resets, and breakers all good. Checked the battery voltage, after a few seconds the meter screwed up the courage to read 8.sumthin'.. Hmmm definitely low.

I've put it on a charger to see if that will correct the immediate issue.

What battery should be in there ? I have a big truck battery, should it be a deep cycle marine type?

Any suggestions?
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