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Old 02-08-2016, 09:56 AM   #21
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Got one like this?



Press the little black button.
Our old Flagstaff TT had fuses like this under the tong !!!
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Old 02-08-2016, 08:36 PM   #22
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Our old Flagstaff TT had fuses like this under the tong !!!
Mine has one mounted to the wall just above the battery box in the front storage compartment it has a red plastic cover over it.
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Make sue the connections are good and tight. I just went through the same thing. Tighten both the hot an ground cable that goes to the pump
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Old 02-15-2016, 08:12 AM   #24
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Make sue the connections are good and tight. I just went through the same thing. Tighten both the hot an ground cable that goes to the pump
And clean,,, same with your battery posts !!!
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I know you are all talking about trailers, and I'm talking about our Lexi motor home, but I suspect that the systems are similar. That being said, I found a hidden re-set switch in the Battery control Center that supplies power to everything comming from the battery, including the slides.
In the pics of the battery control center you will see the converter breaker listed . It sits just below the 3, 20 amp mini breakers (gold color) that are for the slides. That converter breaker has a small (read VERY small) re-set switch that is almost impossible to see (black switch on a black housing), and if it pops, none of the slides will work.
Just something else to look for.
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That one caught me, couldn't see it, finally just stuck my hand in and felt around and found the button.
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This post is a good reminder of why you should have a drill with you. Also make sure you have the attachment provided to you that you can put on your drill to bring the slide in. It normally can be found in one of the drawers.
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This post is a good reminder of why you should have a drill with you. Also make sure you have the attachment provided to you that you can put on your drill to bring the slide in. It normally can be found in one of the drawers.
Don't believe out Sunseeker came with any sockets or attachments ???
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Old 02-21-2016, 03:06 PM   #28
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How does a drill work with the motor and what attachments does a person need?
THANKS. Family is stuck with slide out wont retract.
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Depends on your slide.







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Thanks ford. Fellow camper had a drill and a hex and got them fixed up.
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