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Old 07-06-2015, 09:09 PM   #11
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This link should open a pdf file page you can save to your computer.


http://www.mcdinnovations.com/downlo...nersManual.pdf


Every one of us with power front shades should keep this as you WILL have to reprogram your shade if you run the battery down or simply remove a cable for any reason. Also, electrical glitches could cause your shade to lose it's programming.


The power shades used in Precept, and prolly most Jayco models having power shades, is made by MCD innovations. As far as I can see, all their programmable models use this same procedure to program the shade.


Use page 8 in this file to program your shade as needed. You will find the "learning key", as MCD calls it, is at the left end of your shade up near the roof. It is two wires hanging down and mine has a very small push button switch plugged into it for ease of use.


Now get out there and fix the shade!!
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Old 07-07-2015, 06:42 AM   #12
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Thanks for this link Mowdoc. I didn't get one with my paperwork. I have disconnected my cables for some work I had to do and did not loss my programing, but maybe I was just lucky. Anyway, good info to have.

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Old 07-08-2015, 02:51 PM   #13
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Ok.. Ok... We took our Jayco back to dealer yesterday so they could change the bezel as it was cracked when we purchased it and then for them to install the ladder that apparently was forgotten. And then for the dealer to correct the shade issue. We picked coach up this morning and peace has been restored. The wiring was reversed on the shade so no matter what we tried is would have not worked properly. Thanks again for all of your help!
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GmaLady, does the '16 31UL have a rear slide? If so, how did they install a ladder?
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CaptainHappy,
Our rear slide is actually on the driver side of coach so they installed the ladder on the left side.
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Old 07-09-2015, 04:11 PM   #16
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Can you post a pic?
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A friend of mine has a Winnie View with a rear slide. He has to lower his bike rack every time he opens the slide. Bummer. Thanks for all the good info on the front shade!! Who would ever think there are so many issues, problems and potential problems to discuss?¿?
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