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Old 05-16-2020, 11:19 AM   #1
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2008 outback 30 QBHS LE won't slideout

I can't get my slide out to work. Can here a click an that is it. Where is the manual override located on it?
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Old 05-16-2020, 11:42 AM   #2
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What type of slide is it? hows the battery, or are you plugged into shore power? battery disconnect off?
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What type of slide is it? hows the battery, or are you plugged into shore power? battery disconnect off?
The battery is connected everything else works and it reads full. it is also plugged into the house. Idk the type of slide I think electric here is a pic of the motor under the dining table
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Do you have a Volt/Ohm meter? If so then you can test for 12VDC at the motor when you press the extend/retract button. There will be 2 wires going to the motor, and it should read 12V when one direction is pressed and -12V when the other direction is pressed. If you have no voltage then you need to test for voltage at the switch. Report your findings and we can go from there.
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Do you have a Volt/Ohm meter? If so then you can test for 12VDC at the motor when you press the extend/retract button. There will be 2 wires going to the motor, and it should read 12V when one direction is pressed and -12V when the other direction is pressed. If you have no voltage then you need to test for voltage at the switch. Report your findings and we can go from there.
Voltage registered on both wires
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Ok, if you have voltage at the motor, there should be a gearbox attached to it. The override is probably a shaft that protrudes from the opposite side as the motor. Iíve seen some that have a lever to disengage the gearbox.

Try the override and if it works your motor is probably shot.
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