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Old 06-12-2013, 04:17 PM   #1
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Slide Out Manually?

We have a 2012 335 Georgetown with 2 slide outs. It there a way to manually take the slides in and out? And if so a crank and location.

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Old 06-12-2013, 04:29 PM   #2
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We have a 2012 335 Georgetown with 2 slide outs. It there a way to manually take the slides in and out? And if so a crank and location.

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Yes but you need a power drill and a socket to attach to the end of the pump.

Is the slides and levellers not working at all?

Here is the Lippert system manual on how to manually use the hydralic system.


1. Make sure the engine is not runing to pull in slides.
2. Should be plugged into shore power just in case your batteries are low.
If the levellers and slides don't work check the big 100 amp dc breaker near the control center. May have tripped

You also should ask this question in the Georgetown section for more specific information and answers.
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Yes but you need a power drill and a socket to attach to the end of the pump.

Is the slides and levellers not working at all?

Here is the Lippert system manual on how to manually use the hydralic system.


1. Make sure the engine is not runing to pull in slides.
2. Should be plugged into shore power just in case your batteries are low.
If the levellers and slides don't work check the big 100 amp dc breaker near the control center. May have tripped

You also should ask this question in the Georgetown section for more specific information and answers.

Thanks for replying.

My slides are working 100%.
Im just wanting to know for the just in case moment if ever needed.
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