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IF your house batteries are under the step, then look just to the left of them in the "pocket" there and look for a shortstop breaker that may have been tripped out. When you try to move slides without being plugged into shore power or having the genset running this is more apt to happen. If the batteries are over 3 years old, they may be failing and that lowers the amp hours they are capable of delivering. The shortstop breaker is gray and has one copper post and one silver post and should have a very small black button on the end that you push in so it will reset. If you don't fine one there, it may be under the hood or in a storage bay.........wherever the electrical components are here. I don't know if I have actually worked on one of these, so I am going by how most are built on this chassis. See the attached link for a photo of one so you know what to look for. Hope this proves helpful here. Please get back to me if you need more input as all follow ups are included in our fee.
Did you look around the batteries..........sometimes they put these behind them and you almost have to crawl under the coach to see them.
Perhaps, give Gulfstream Customer Service a call and ask for some assistance in finding them. Part of the problem, is that all the manufacturers put these wherever they want. Too hard to recall them all from memory and we have to search for them in the shop as well. Please report back on where they end up being. And keep in mind that even new batteries fail on a regular basis.
If you have a Battery Control Center up front they would be in there. They should be right next to the battery disconnect solenoids if you know where those are. Perhaps you can attach a photo of that area to your post so can see what you are looking at and make some other suggestions.
Yes.........not in those. Did you find the disconnect solenoids? Those are the ones that click when you hit the button. No, to that last photo.
When you hit the battery disconnect solenoid switches......they click. The shortstop breakers are usually near them. Perhaps you can give a local mobile tech a call to come out and assist you. This should only take a few minutes to resolve.
I am attaching a photo of one for you. https://tse1.mm.bing.net/th?id=OIP.Mf0caf993c41d610f8f049832b121fa3eo0&w=148&h=105&c=7&rs=1&qlt=90&pid=3.1&rm=2