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Slide doesn’t work on my 2011 ROO 233S, what should I check?
Answer: From Mike Anglemyer (Rockwood/Flagstaff Warranty)
You will want to check a 30A fuse located towards the front of your trailer. If standing outside looking at the front of the trailer, follow the frame to the right from the ball coupler. Underneath the frame should be a green wire with an inline fuse holder. Check the 30A fuse located in the holder. If it’s blown, that would be your problem. Replace it and all should be well. There are no other inline fuses, circuit breakers (other than in the converter panel), or reset buttons that would have a direct effect on the slide motor. If the 30A fuse is still intact, check inside your converter panel, as the circuits are labeled. I don’t expect the motor to be faulty, but if the fuse and circuit breaker seem to be okay, then the motor itself may be to blame.