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Old 10-27-2021, 09:41 PM   #1
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2003 Sightseer Slideout "Stop" button

Hello everyone.



I'm relatively new to this world of RVing, so please excuse my naive questions.


In the Owner's Manual, page 2-18, it says before the slide out will function any blinking error codes must be cleared from the DigiSync Room Slide System control panel.


To clear the blinking error code it says to press the "Stop" button.


Where in the world is that "Stop" button?


If there is no "Stop" button is the reset pin supposed to remove the blinking error code? (The reset button seems to make no difference.)


Thanks.
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