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Old 04-07-2019, 02:16 PM   #1
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38' Adventurer Slide will NOT extend

38' Adventurer........

Just got it out of storage today and the passenger side slide will not extend. The opposite side worked fine. It unlocks and I can hear the motor run, but it will not move.

It all worked fine when we put it up for the winter.

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Old 04-07-2019, 02:37 PM   #2
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engine running? parking brake on? try releasing and re-applying the parking brake.

i took our ‘16 suncruiser out of storage a few days back and initially our street-side slide would not extend. i tealized that i had nit heard the locking mechanism ‘unlock’ so i held the unlock switch down for a few extra seconds till i heard it. the slide moved out and in just fine and the lock has worked normally since.
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Old 04-07-2019, 02:57 PM   #3
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engine running? parking brake on? try releasing and re-applying the parking brake.

i took our ‘16 suncruiser out of storage a few days back and initially our street-side slide would not extend. i tealized that i had nit heard the locking mechanism ‘unlock’ so i held the unlock switch down for a few extra seconds till i heard it. the slide moved out and in just fine and the lock has worked normally since.
Thanks for the reply. It was worth a try but I'm afraid it did not help. It will lock and unlock but the slide will not move.
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Thanks for the reply. It was worth a try but I'm afraid it did not help. It will lock and unlock but the slide will not move.
So, I went back out and while holding the switch to "extend", I hit the "lock" switch for just a second or two and immediately flipped back to "unlock" and the slide took off and extended.

Not sure what really happened but it worked.
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