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Old 08-30-2016, 05:39 PM   #1
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One slide out not working

I have a 2703WS, I put all three slides in and moved the trailer to another part of my driveway, the wardrobe slide and the dinette slide went back out fine, the sofa slide does nothing, no noise, no click nothing, I looked in the owners manual for a reset or some clue and can't find any info, any suggestions would be greatly appreciated
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Old 08-30-2016, 06:05 PM   #2
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I figured this out and thought I would post what I found in case it can help someone else at some point , about a foot back from the battery underneath the tongue there are three fuses in green rubber holders there's a sticker on each one of them stating 30 amp Max, I checked the fuses and one was blown replaced and slide out works! too bad it didn't state it anywhere in my paperwork
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Old 08-30-2016, 07:58 PM   #3
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Thanks for posting solution........it will help someone.....
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Old 08-31-2016, 11:54 AM   #4
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As Fonzie said, thanks for letting us know what you found and how you fixed it.

Those fuses are a common source of frustration for newer owners (and sometimes us old ones). And they don't make them easy to find on some units.
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Now that you know which is which Id probably take a piece of blue masking tape and write Sofa on it and stick i to the fuse holder. Id pull one more and see what didn't work so I could mark all three. Make it easier to go tot he right one first try next time it happens.

BTW, it usually happens when you keep the switch activated after the slide is fully closed BTDT.
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Old 09-01-2016, 08:16 AM   #6
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Great news NOREASTRV !!!
I am trying to find a backup fuse for our slides in our Sunseeker,,,
They are 20amp and are Gray !!! I have looked @ Jcase & FMX fuses,,, they do not look to be the same fuse ??? Does any one know what those fuses are called ???
Or where they can be perched ???
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Can you post a picture of the fuse in question?

Did you look at Micro MCASE cartridge fuses?
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Can you post a picture of the fuse in question?

Did you look at Micro MCASE cartridge fuses?
Thanks Rambler for your reply,,,
I took one out and search for the part #
BUSS 21120-00 20amp Circuit Breaker Fuse,,,
I did find one on ebay,,, will check with my local RV dealer !!!

THANK YOU Again !!!
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Amazon also has them.
Your local Auto Parts store may have them also.

Just search for ATM Mini Circuit Breaker.
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Amazon also has them.
Your local Auto Parts store may have them also.

Just search for ATM Mini Circuit Breaker.
Yes I did find one @ an auto parts store that is owned by a friend,,, one of my local RV dealers that I have dealt with for years,,, did not even offer to order one for me ???
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