Have RV Questions? Ask an RV Mechanic Online.
Please forgive the questions by the "person" asking those questions. Still working the bugs out of that part! Check the batteries first and the cables to be sure that isn't the issue. About 80% of the slide issues we see are failing batteries or those that haven't been serviced in some time. Most places that sell batteries can load test them for you. Be sure you take some photos or make a good diagram of the cables so you get them back the same way again. Hope that helps here. Please get back to me if you need more as all follow ups are included in our fee.
Which fuse is blowing? And you should be able to get a good chassis manual at Faxon Automotive Literature or Lloyd's. I am adding a link to that site for you. http://www.faxonautoliterature.com/
Here is the link to Lloyds. http://www.lloydsautolit.com/
Could be, but on most systems that is just a ground link. Which fuse is blowing? And are you measuring just the surface voltage or did you actually have them load tested to be sure they don't have a shorted cell. That will blow fuses.
I don't have any diagrams to show what the fuse controls. Aren't they marked there?
A battery can show good voltage on a meter and still be defective. Happens all the time. Load testing is the only way to tell. Most places that sell them can test them for you. You may have to take them out first. If you do...........be sure and take a photo of the cables and mark them so you get them back the same way again. Lloyds' has manuals for these and they should have all the wiring diagrams. I don't know if Fleetwood's diagrams would show those. You might give that a try. (###) ###-####and give them your FIN number so they know which coach you have. Good to have these!
Could be, but that won't affect the slide out issue. That is going to be something on the house battery side.
Perhaps, but I would start by load testing the house batteries. I would sure want to rule those out first. About 80% of the electrical issues relating to slideouts are battery problems.
Not a problem.........Bookmark this and come back to it again any time. And you are quite welcome!
They won't be separate, but only in the total chassis manual. I don't have that information myself so I will open this back up for another tech to offer something.