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Old 09-10-2018, 11:55 AM   #1
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slideouts/levelers stop moving

I'm not sure exactly where this should go, but I'll start here since it involves slideouts and if needed can move it somewhere else.

2018 Sandpiper 369KBAR with LCI hydraulic autolevel and 4 slides. Putting them out or taking them in I have the same issue. They will start moving and then I hear a click. They stop moving. Let off the button, wait a few seconds, hold the button again and they start moving again, and then stop...repeat until eventually all slides and all levelers are in/out. Sometimes a couple of the slides will make it all the way in/out before the first halt.

I've tried in all combinations that I can think of with shore power on/off, battery disconnected/connected, TV connected/disconnected. It doesn't seem to matter. Not low on fluid and batteries are fully charged.

They finally get to the correct position but it can take a lot of pushes and releases of the buttons to finally get there.

I'm flummoxed!

2018 Sandpiper 369KBAR
2015 Dodge 3500 6.7L Turbo Diesel
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Old 09-10-2018, 11:59 AM   #2
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auto reset breaker is tripping possibly bad but also hydraulic motor pulling to high of amps I think my pump is rated at 40 amps on the breaker.

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