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Old 07-12-2020, 07:06 AM   #1
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2014 Flagstaff Classic Super Lit slide outs dont work

Everything else works, battery is charged and works like it should. no blown fuses in main panel. Must be blown fuse somewhere or reset switch. need to be directed to where find hidden fuse or reset. Also need to know how to open bedroom closet slide manually,
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Old 07-12-2020, 07:14 AM   #2
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Not familiar with ‘14 but on a ‘16 the slide out fuses are inline type secured under the tongue frame about 18” behind the battery.
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Should have mentioned I have a 5th wheel
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Welcome to the forum.

Look for the circuit breaker shown in the first post of this thread.

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Can you send me a link ti that post?
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Old 07-12-2020, 10:28 AM   #6
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Found the fuse. This doesnt look like a fuse I have ever seen. You can actually take a screwdriver and use it to connect the top terminal and bottom terminal to temporarily close or open your slides until you get a new fuse. The fuse is the one on the right. 2nd picture shows it right behind the batteryClick image for larger version

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Old 07-12-2020, 10:57 AM   #7
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Found the fuse. This doesnt look like a fuse I have ever seen. You can actually take a screwdriver and use it to connect the top terminal and bottom terminal to temporarily close or open your slides until you get a new fuse. The fuse is the one on the right. 2nd picture shows it right behind the batteryAttachment 233748Attachment 233749
If a fuse or circuit breaker activated there is usually a reason. Using a screwdriver to bypass a fuse is a bad idea.

There’s an old rule in the aviation business that says if you are cruising along at 45,000 feet and a circuit breaker pops, do not reset it unless the fire that starts is less serious than the problem it fixes when reset.
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Old 07-12-2020, 05:16 PM   #8
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slide outs on my 2017 Flagstaff V-Lite

I have LCI slide outs (rack and Pinion gear under slide out) and had problem with front bedroom slide out not working. It turned out to be a defective relay on the main control board located under the bathroom sink. Dealer had to replace the entire board not just a defective relay ($600)
What brand slide out operators do you have?
My emergency repair tech moved wires from the defective relay to a working relay to "power in" the unresponsive slide out in order for us to be able to take it to the dealer.

After another camping trip a plastic gear in the drive mechanism for the bedroom slide broke while slide was in open position. Emergency repair tech was able to disconnect the motor and use a power drill to turn the screw mechanism to retract the slide. the manual crank mechanism broke as we first tried to close it manually.

After the last dealer repair I purchased the Good Sam repair insurance and they have authorized payment for the current broken drive mechanism.

Good luck on getting yours fixed, hope this may help with how to figure out your issue.

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