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Old 12-30-2013, 01:54 PM   #11
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That is the controller for the wardrobe slide. I was talking about under the trailer front right corner Mine has three fuses there.
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Old 12-30-2013, 03:50 PM   #12
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You maybe on to something. In my WH compartment there is the Control module for the slide out, and AAMOF l looked there first to see if there was a fuse or some sort of reset switch. There was nothing obvious and if you look at the attached photos, there seems to be some indication that if a button was pressed the LEDs would flash allowing a diagnosis of the problem. Don't know if the tiny white disk is the button to be pressed. Since I will be breaking camp soon I will press the disk.
The controller you're showing is for a Schwintek slide...the wardrobe and the sofa/kitchen slides on your camper are Schwintek slides. The dinette slide is an electric, through the frame slide which should have a inline fuse or resettable circuit breaker in the power feed for it.

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Old 12-30-2013, 05:49 PM   #13
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May be mistaken but I think that is the controller for the wardrobe slide.
Could have sworn that it was for the 'odd' dinette slide. l stand corrected following Dave's and your posts.

This is all academic now, though - see my next post.
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Old 12-30-2013, 06:01 PM   #14
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Thanks to cat1956 and Dave the problem is solved - DW sends hugs to you both!

Cat1956 - Your second post, which I had not seen in time for the fix, was right on the money. There are 3 x 30A fuses on the street side arm of at A-frame (maybe for all 3 slides) one of which was blown. Once replaced the slide worked again.
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Old 12-30-2013, 06:11 PM   #15
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Thanks to cat1956 and Dave the problem is solved - DW sends hugs to you both!

Cat1956 - Your second post, which I had not seen in time for the fix, was right on the money. There are 3 x 30A fuses on the street side arm of at A-frame (maybe for all 3 slides) one of which was blown. Once replaced the slide worked again.
Strange (perhaps not) that those three are outside....
Glad you got it worked out.
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Strange (perhaps not) that those three are outside....
Glad you got it worked out.
Thanks. I guess they are outside because they are powered even when the battery disconnect switch is in the 'off' position, and they are fist downstream of the battery but
outside of the enclosed underbelly for easy access.
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With regard to the stereo reception issues, my 27RLWS get lousy radio reception. When I turn on the interior lights, the problem gets worse. I contacted Flggstaff and they said that the LED lights were causing interference with the radio. They have new LED lights available to fix this problem. I tried hooking up an aftermarket amplified antenna to see if it was an antenna issue, and the problem remains. Seems like it is an issue with the receiver.
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Thanks to cat1956 and Dave the problem is solved - DW sends hugs to you both!

Cat1956 - Your second post, which I had not seen in time for the fix, was right on the money. There are 3 x 30A fuses on the street side arm of at A-frame (maybe for all 3 slides) one of which was blown. Once replaced the slide worked again.
One of the fuses located beneath the tonque is for the power stabalizers, not sure about the other 2 because I have not had to change them, although I suspect 1 of them is for the tonque jack
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I have a 29 BHKD and the first trip out I had same issue. (Fuse blew bringing the slide in, as soon as I should have heard the ratcheting. This was what I was told to make sure the slide was all the way in.) Took forever to locate the fuse and replace it. After first trip I brought back to dealer to clean up our write ups. They took the 30 amp in-line fuse off and replaced it with a 30 amp circuit breaker. It will trip occasionally but resets and I'm back working again.
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One of the fuses located beneath the tonque is for the power stabalizers, not sure about the other 2 because I have not had to change them, although I suspect 1 of them is for the tonque jack
The fuses for my power stabilizers is in the fuse box inside the trailer. You may be right that one is for the tongue jack as there is no fuse for that iside the fuse box. If the 3rd one is not for the other 2 slides then l don't know what they are supposed to protect.
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