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Old 11-19-2009, 05:06 PM   #11
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from a large st cloud mn rv dealer.

Hahahaha. I bet it was PLEASURELAND RV.
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Old 12-28-2009, 12:46 PM   #12
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Okay, I had some other service work done on it and they also fixed the slide problem. It was a fuse and it must not have been too hard to find because they didn't charge me for it. Remember this is a 5th wheel; any idea where the fuse might be? I pretty much covered the basement storage area.
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Old 12-30-2009, 10:47 PM   #13
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Look under the Flagstaff Forum for my info on 5th wheel slides. I too had to track down the location of the inline fuses on my 8526RLWS. The two green inline fuses are located BEHIND the battery (rightish side) in the right side of the front basement door.

They are SO hard to change that I replaced them both with Auto-resetting 30 amp fuses. In fact I replaced the 30 amp landing gear (black inline) with one too.

There is TONS of info on your slides in the Flagstaff post.
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Old 12-30-2009, 10:55 PM   #14
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Go to this forum. You might have to join but its free.

http://rocky06fs.forumco.com/forum~FORUM_ID~70.asp

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Old 12-31-2009, 02:39 PM   #15
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My Slide-Out Challanges

We have a relatively new 2010 FR Surveyor SV-302 and it has been out 4 times. Two of the four times, the slide-out has blown it's 30 amp fuse. The first time was on it's maiden vovage and when it when back to the dealer for warranty work, the dealer siad there was a problem with wiring and it was correct. then it went well trip 2 and 3 and then trip 4, blown fuse again. I replaced the fuse ( and bought a pack of replacment fuses) all worked and then took the unit in for more warranty work. the Dealers first comment was, well when the batteries are drained down, this can happen. well, when we had the fuse blow, the unit had just been at an RV park plugged into AC for two days, then driven 100 miles, then on AC at the next RV park when when we tried to put the slideout out and found the fuse blown. on top of that , since we have two new batties, seems like we should have plenty of DC to get the job done. it will be interesting to see what the dealer comes up with --they and Forrest River have been excelent with warranty work thrus far, we have had a lot of warranties items but all pretty minor stuff. Anyone else have a similiar situation!
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