I have been traveling over some pretty rough roads in Canada and Alaska lately (we are now on the Kenai Peninsula) in my 16 month-old 2109S. Yesterday my slide motor bolts came loose from the wall and the motor stopped working. When I checked under my sofa, the motor is just screwed into the trailer wall, not into the aluminum frame, so the screws stripped the hole when they pulled out. The motor puts out so much torque that it also blew the slide fuse when it broke loose from the wall. My emergency repair today has been to put the screws back in with Gorilla Glue on the threads and a stack of books under the motor to keep it level. Then I replaced the 30 amp fuse tha I searched all over for. It is located in a fuse holder attached to wiring beneath the frame of the trailer below the left side of the basement, not in the basement where it would be protected from weather. It is labeled "Not more than 30A." Fortunately, I carry a big supply of 15A and 30A fuses, so replacement was easy once I found the fuse.
Lesson learned and advice for others: watch the attachment points for your Rockwood slide motors, as they may be screwed into some pretty flimsy material.
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