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Old 02-26-2020, 07:58 AM   #1
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Northpoint 377RLBH Slide stuck

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Just arrived at a new site last night and the door side (with the sofa) won't go out. I can hear the clicking but no movement.



I was hoping to get my RV guy out but hes out of reach for a few days.



Is there a manual crank for this slide?


Any advise given is appreciated. Thanks.
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Old 02-26-2020, 08:10 AM   #2
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A couple of items to check.

1) Do you have the LCI panel on the wall. You can remove the bezel (should just pop off, then remove the LCI panel (pops off), unplug it, wait 10sec then plug it back in and let it reboot. Then try to move the slide again.

2) Do you know where the slide controller is? Probably in the storage compartment. Can you see flashing red lights on it? Count them, the series (number) will indicate the issue.

3) There might be available mobile techs that can come to you in your area. I just google it. Do you have Good Sam tech support? Call them.

4) Every slide has a manual operation. The crank handle should also be in the cargo compartment. The bottom section (outside) of the slide should have a small hole with a rubber grommet to insert the crank into. You can see where the socket end of the cranck handle will slip onto the rod for the manual operation.

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4) Every slide has a manual operation. The crank handle should also be in the cargo compartment. The bottom section (outside) of the slide should have a small hole with a rubber grommet to insert the crank into. You can see where the socket end of the cranck handle will slip onto the rod for the manual operation. Good Luck.
Don, that crank handle on the hole with a rubber grommet is to lower the spare tire. Has nothing to do with the slide.
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Old 02-26-2020, 10:50 AM   #4
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Rack and pinon slide:

Try this
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If it's not a Schwintek slide then the clicking you here is the slip clutch. (My name for it) It's probably just binding a little. Try letting it in and out a few time rapidly with the rocker switch. If that doesn't work then there should be an access panel under the RV where you can get to the motor. You can take a wrench or socket and manually let it out a little then try your rocker switch.
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Old 02-26-2020, 10:54 AM   #6
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^^^^^The video explains it much better than I did.
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Ours did that and I had to give it a nudge from inside to get it out. It kept getting worse and I finally had 2 teeth on the gear break and then I had to replaced the motor and gear for about $1,000.00
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Thanks guys.



I tried the rocker switch a few times last night and a little push at either end and it went out. I just hope it comes back in now
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It should. The last RV we had used to do it all the time. It only did it when trying to extend it never while retracting.
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