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Old 06-10-2019, 05:12 PM   #1
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I have 2003 Wildwood 38bhds. Opened my slide outs went to close just single click in motor. Checked everything. Has 3 wires coming from motor,blue,green black. Took my jet ski battery hooked up green wire (slide in) and black wire to negative see if motor runs,nothing. Battety new,fuses good. Do I need motor, Guess I do since motor should of ran hooked up to battery. Anyone know where get motor,it is 108amsp32-lb-1hsp Parker oildyne or any suggestions appreciate
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Old 06-11-2019, 09:47 AM   #2
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before you decide the motor is dead check the wiring. Some DC motors use green as ground and blue and black for direction control. It would be worth trying.
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Old 06-11-2019, 10:29 AM   #3
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Thanks seadog. Tried everything. Motor has 3 wires green for slide in,blue for slide out,and black is ground. Just don't know how to test them wires. Can I hook up to battery directly to test motor? Please help
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How did you decide which color does what? did you pull the switch on the wall? You can take your multimeter and test the disconnected wires coming from the switch to the motor at the motor using someone else operating the switch and see if you are getting power.
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Seadog- it tells you on one wire is in and other out. I just don't know how to jump it to see if motor bad. Your supposed to be able attach wires to battery somehow to see if motor runs
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Thanks seadog. Tried everything. Motor has 3 wires green for slide in,blue for slide out,and black is ground. Just don't know how to test them wires. Can I hook up to battery directly to test motor? Please help
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Hook black to negative on battery and touch the green or blue to the positive and see if it moves.
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I suppose you could put a fuse holder in-line with your test leads as that might prevent any permanent damage.
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Yes seadog- thanks again. I used my jet ski fully charged tried that and nothing. Used jet ski battery because under cabinet by bed hard to get to. I will try my regular battery,but I think with that little battery should have heard something- nothing. I appreciate your help,wits end here. Motor over $500
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With the power removed have you tried to manually move the slide to make sure it not binding. If the slide moves fine I think I would remove the motor and then test it with a battery.
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Again thanks seadog- ,when you release pressure on hydraulic you see slide out move. Can you please tell me how to hook up motor to battery to test.
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I'm a little confused your slide is hydraulic? I thought you were talking about an electric slide. NO matter you can bench test a DC motor by taking the motor leads and placing the lead (for open or closed) on the positive side of a battery and the ground connection on the negative side and the motor should run or not.
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Again thanks,yes did try that with my jet ski battery and nothing. Attached green to positive and black to neg. Nothing. Thanks for your time. Run out of solutions. Yes hydraulic slide out . 12v dc Parker oildyne hydraulic motor
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