Originally Posted by Rock
U might have a weak motor and it will keep going out of sync. The dealer can check that. They thought I had one but did not. Mine will re sync everytime I move it u can hear when it stops it makes noise at least once. Jayco should be using the new 500-1 motors and steel shafts to move the big slides. I am concerned about opening slides and than leveling because of the bracket issue. If the slide is open and u level u have way more weight out over the bracket. When the frame starts to move and twist with the jacks the brackets are being way overloaded
Thanks Rock. That could be it. I also found an another version of how to reset the controller. Here are both below. Version 2 has a step to reset the controller out of manual mode and reset the motors. Yesterday I used version 1. Notice it is missing the last step of version 2 (green). Just a few minutes ago, I did version 2 with the additional step. Will check tomorrow to see if that was the missing ingredient.
I also agree with you. Don't want to put more stress on the brackets than we need too.
Will keep you posted as to whether that solves my problem.
1. Electronic Manual Override (available on board revision C1
A. Locate the circuit board.
B. Press the “mode button” six times quickly, then
press a seventh time and hold for approximately five
seconds (Fig. 1).
C. The red and green LED lights will begin to flash,
confirming the override mode.
D. Release mode button.
E. Back inside coach; use the normal slide control
switch to retract the room.
Electronic Manual Override (Controllers C-1 and C-2 Only) NOTE: See (Fig. 5) for locations of the mode button and LEDs.
1. Press the mode button on the controller six times and hold on the seventh for five seconds to enter electronic manual override mode.
2. Use the extend/retract switch to move both motors in or out.
NOTE: Over-current and short circuit detection are disabled. Electronic manual override provides 12V directly to both motors.
3. To exit the mode, push and hold the mode button until the LEDs begin to blink simultaneously. Exiting the override mode resets the motor positions