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Old 10-31-2013, 06:47 PM   #1
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Bedroom Slideout Fuse/Circuit Breaker Location

I have a 2012 Palomino 32RCTS and cannot locate the fuse/circuit breaker for the bedroom slideout. At the top of the fuse panel there are two 30 amp 12v circuit breakers which control the couch and dinette slideouts (positions 1 & 2). Further down there is a 15A fuse (position 9) which is labeled slideout. I pulled that 15A fuse and the bedroom slide still works. Futher down is another 15A fuse (position 12) which is labeled S/O, which I assumed meant slideout, but when I pulled that fuse the slide still works. Can anyone having this model help me out on this? The slide works just fine but I want to be sure what to do if it doesn't.
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Did you try it with both 15A pulled out?
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Yes. It didn't make any difference...it still worked.
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Yes. It didn't make any difference...it still worked.
Many slides are powered by in line fuses/circuit breakers located close to the battery. Look for them attached to the frame or inside basement walls with pretty good size DC cables.
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