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Posted: 02/12/20 04:39pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Sounds normal. Goes out 2 inches and stops. Other large slide worked. Tried repeatedly. Same result. Fuses good. Checked carefully for obstructions but is c!ear. What else can I check. Thanks


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Posted: 02/12/20 07:53pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Could be a low voltage issue. Check (and clean) all your connections and pay special attention to the ground connection.


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What's a Sinarek closet?


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Maybe Schwintek?


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Posted: 02/13/20 08:47pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Assuming you mean Schwintek (I've never heard of the thing you tyoed) you can use the manual override to bring out the slide.

However, it sounds like you have some kind of obstruction.

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As prev stated, probably Schwintek (Lippert) slide. If the closet walls on the outside have channels top and bottom with cut gears, it is a Schwintek.

Schwintek-In-Wall slideout doesn't have manual override, only way is to remove motors to move slide. BUT, there are some procedures to try. Here is a link to the manual, with info on resetting the control unit you can try. Need to know where the control unit is in your trailer!!

https://lci-support-doc.s3.amazonaws.com/manuals/slideouts/ccd_0001602.pdf

One thing you might try quickly is to hold the switch till the motors stop when retracting. You'll hear them hit the amp limit. Supposed to resynch the motors. You should do same anytime slide is run in our out. Hold switch for a bit after the slide opens and stops and same when closing. May not be the solution, but simple try. If not, you'll need to spend time in the manual!!!


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TUCQUALA wrote:

As prev stated, probably Schwintek (Lippert) slide. If the closet walls on the outside have channels top and bottom with cut gears, it is a Schwintek.

Schwintek-In-Wall slideout doesn't have manual override, only way is to remove motors to move slide. BUT, there are some procedures to try. Here is a link to the manual, with info on resetting the control unit you can try. Need to know where the control unit is in your trailer!!

https://lci-support-doc.s3.amazonaws.com/manuals/slideouts/ccd_0001602.pdf

One thing you might try quickly is to hold the switch till the motors stop when retracting. You'll hear them hit the amp limit. Supposed to resynch the motors. You should do same anytime slide is run in our out. Hold switch for a bit after the slide opens and stops and same when closing. May not be the solution, but simple try. If not, you'll need to spend time in the manual!!!
Schwintek DOES have a manual override, Check on page 5.
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OK, picky people, let's qualify the "manual" override!!! It's an "electronic manual override"!!!! Great nomenclature. BUT, it is NOT a mechanical way of operating the slide. If it doesn't work, ya gotta disengage the motors. Nowhere else in the mechanics to "manually"
operate the slide.

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TUCQUALA wrote:

OK, picky people, let's qualify the "manual" override!!! It's an "electronic manual override"!!!! Great nomenclature. BUT, it is NOT a mechanical way of operating the slide. If it doesn't work, ya gotta disengage the motors. Nowhere else in the mechanics to "manually"
operate the slide.
Would you also like to "qualify" the statement that the "only way is to remove the motors to move the slide"...; you can simply unplug them at the controller?

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bid_time wrote:

TUCQUALA wrote:

OK, picky people, let's qualify the "manual" override!!! It's an "electronic manual override"!!!! Great nomenclature. BUT, it is NOT a mechanical way of operating the slide. If it doesn't work, ya gotta disengage the motors. Nowhere else in the mechanics to "manually"
operate the slide.
Would you also like to "qualify" the statement that the "only way is to remove the motors to move the slide"...; you can simply unplug them at the controller?
To be fair, I've read through the manual and it specifically mentions removing the motors before trying to move the slide. I didn't see anywhere that it said the slide could be moved with the motor simply unplugged. That appeared to be a safety step prior to removing the motor.

And, honestly, everyone is operating under the assumption that the OP was referring to Schwintek, since no one has ever heard of a "Sinarek" although the spelling certainly isn't that similar. Maybe the OP could stop by and comment.


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