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Old 05-30-2019, 08:54 PM   #21
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This is the small breaker, and also where it is located on our Montana, near the batteries, and then the new 80 amp breaker that Lippert recommends should be installed on rigs with their hydraulic slides and Levelup systems, and where it is on our rig.
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Old 05-31-2019, 02:19 AM   #22
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Keystone wasn’t the only one. Grand design was using a 50A until early this year. I wonder if it wasn’t Lippert that changed the specs after enough complaints.
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Old 05-31-2019, 06:42 AM   #23
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BOBBECKY can you give me an idea what this auto reset looks like and its location. Is it near the battery or located on the slide. I am having the same issue. Thanks
Usually within a foot or two of the battery. A picture was posted earlier but I will repost here as well. NOTE often covered by a red rubber cover.
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Old 05-31-2019, 04:47 PM   #24
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Thank you chuckster57 for the input. I will do some testing to try and figure out why this one slide gives me these issues and not the other two. May be the slide motor, that's where i hear a click when it resets and i can operate the slide again.
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Sometimes, a slide may be heavier than the others and it takes more to make it slide. Our large curb side slide is the heaviest and takes a lot to get it moving.
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Sometimes, a slide may be heavier than the others and it takes more to make it slide. Our large curb side slide is the heaviest and takes a lot to get it moving.


Agree. Always move the heaviest 1st.
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Often times if the two main rooms are hydraulic, they will ALL extend or retract with a single switch. There is a Grand Designs Solitude with 5 slides, three are hydraulic and move with a single switch.

If the slides are electric, it shouldn’t matter which one you start with, just don’t do both at the same time.
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