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Old 08-30-2013, 06:29 AM   #1
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Slide not working 29BHS

The slide on my 2005 29BHS is not working.
It's really easy to crank it out by hand, but I want to fix it.

It worked before but just stopped when I was trying to retract it.
Batteries were low if that makes a difference in what it might be.

I have checked and there is no power to the motor.
No power at switch.

Fuses in box are good.

Am I possibly missing a fuse or something outside the trailer???

Any help in finding the problem is appreciated.
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Old 08-30-2013, 07:59 AM   #2
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Is everything else that runs off the batter working? Check the main TT 12 volt fuse that is usually located by the battery.. before i installed individual fuses for the slide-out and stabilizers that fuse use to blow on me
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I was just reading about slides last night and you have mentioned 2 things I took note of.
1 - If you have a low battery it can cause problems.
2 - There should be a fuse within 12 in of the battery, I looked at mine and there is a inline fuse in the battery box.
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I can't find any fuzes within 2 feet of the batteries except the main line fuze.
It is good.
I wish I had a wiring schematic for this TT.
I only have ONE "hot wire" to the batts. Should there be more?
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e-mail or better yet call Jayco. I think they will send you a wiring diagram!
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That's the email for a schematic
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Thanks, I will do that.
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The only other wire connected to the battery should be the TT's break-away switch, and that should not be fused.
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