My #2 slideout would not open. I closed it with no problem. Drove to RV Park. Went to open it. Nothing. No noise, no movement at all. Thinking maybe a fuse might have blown. Anyone know where I can locate fuse or maybe a different diagnosis? Thanks PS it opened normally with hand crank😎
Welcome to the forum its a great place got get your questions answered. You need to provide some basic information so folks can give you some help. Make and Model of rig and slide would really help. All these rigs are different
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2016 Flagstaff 26 FKWS
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Well, please let us know where it was, so others can benefit.
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2015 Flagstaff 27rlws 1 of 3 slide out not working>problem solved
The fuses for the 3 slide outs are located under the front right corner of the trailer within 15 inches of the battery. They are hanging down within easy view. The fuses are installed in individual water proof cases.
It sure would be nice if the owners manual stated where fuses were located. I also had problem with slide out blowing fuses. They were where CT-Flagstaff said. I replaced my fuses the re-settable type of the same size as the original. No more blown fuses.
I replaced my fuses the re-settable type of the same size as the original. No more blown fuses.
Good idea. The resettables are similar to a slow-blow fuse. They won't blow on the transient startup current of a motor, but will act in time to prevent damage from a short-circuit or locked-rotor motor.
Iíll keep the resettable fuses in mind if I continue to have issues. Have a box of 5 regulars for now. As far as the manual having detailed service info. Very little if any I could find. guess thatís why this forum is so popular. Safe travels