Originally Posted by Ursa Major
fyi, the slide does work. I'm concerned about getting it out, loosing power and getting it stuck out. I guess if it gets stuck out for more than 4 hours I need to seek a mechanic's help immediately.
First welcome to the forums!
How did you acquire the TT? New?, Used?, Dealer?, Private seller?
You could always go ask the seller - especially if it is a dealer.
That said, the crank could be anything from a socket attachment of a 4" extension to a actual crank bar - it is probably located in your basement (some will clip to the side)
Having said THAT, here is a tip: buy a socket + 6-8" extension that fits the manual slide crank. Take 18v cordless drill as backup. Problem solved
Having said THAT, in 6 years of using slides (Knocks on wood) I have not had a slide motor fail (they will operate on battery power BTW)