Originally Posted by Akozub
Just curious. The other Motorhomes you said you had. Did any of those have the Kitchen on the slide?
For the Georgetown, it depends on the model as to whether and where the e-chain is used.
The 34H5 has the kitchen in the slide but does not use the e-chain. Instead the wiring and piping slide in a slot on the rear side. The sofa/dinette is the only one of the three slides we have that uses the e-chain.
The 36B5, I think, uses the e-chain on the sofa/dinette slide, which is behind the driver, and also on the bunk bed slide but not the main bed slide. Its kitchen is not in a slide.
At least some earlier Georgetown models used hydraulic slide mechanisms. Perhaps someone with an earlier model could say how their electrical is moved around.