I wrote a previous post and asked if my slide out motor was ac or dc
and the answer was its dc. Now i tested the switch and its ok, but no dc power is getting to the motor (which is under the bed) where are the fuses? I looked in the cabinet in the bedroom and they appear to be AC cricuts and under the "hood" now where do i look.
This is a gaser Class A 2001 damon. the slide in the main room works ok.
It is frustrating when u get no answer here but the more info on coach you have will get you more responce. I dont know your coach but am sure many here do. Give as much info you can and MOST of the time you will get good info. Larry
Larry,Brenda,Travis,Jarred & MEME the Boston Terror TheBunch 2011 American Coach Revolution 42T
Do you have any type of road service? Maybe a call to them and they can walk you through some steps to check it? Have you tried starting the engine and letting it run for a few minutes and then try to bring the slide in? It can be lots of other things, but this might be a starting point. Good Luck.
On My Southwind, the control relays are mounted in the bottom of the cabinet behind the fuse/breaker panel. It has both a 12 volt circuit breaker and a fuse for each slide. The fuse is a "slow blow" tube type and is hard to see behind the circuit breaker. Mine are ceramic fuses and you can't tell if they are blown by looking. Use a multi meter to check them. I blew a fuse on mine and wound up paying my service tech to find it for me!!
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