Originally Posted by 3shooter
Our coach has been in storage for 2 or 3 weeks so we went to run the generator with a load on it and do a little housecleaning. We were going to extend the slide but there seems to be no power to it. We had an earlier issue where one of the motors was bad and we had it fixed under our extended warrenty. Until now we have had no further problems. We have a breaker box and a fuse box on the side of our bed. The breakers are labled and none say slide. The fuse box has one 30 amp fuse and it looks fine but I may get another one and see for sure.Don't even know if that is even the right fuse but I was told by my RV repair guy that if it was a fuse and not a breaker it was probably a 30 amp. There is a box in a basement storage compartment that has to do with the slide. All the wires and plugs seem to be fine. There is small red light that can barely be seen in the box that is blinking. Don't know if that means anything or not. Does anyone know of a fuse, breaker or reset button located in another place on a 2014 Hurricane 34f ? We had the gen running and battery switch on and other electrical stuff worked fine.
The red blinking light on the slide controller is a flashing error code. You count the red blinks (separated by a green blink) and the number of flashes indicates the specific error. The errors codes are printed on the controller. Attached is a pic of the controller on my unit and you can see where the codes are printed.
Once you get the code try calling Lippert and they may be able to provide additional assistance.
By the way, mine was flashing a wire short between the controller and motor and it turns out the wire came unplugged from one of the motor. Thor authorized a mobile tech who had the problem corrected in 15 minutes. The cause of my problem was a missing bulb seal which serves as the wire chase for the slide motor harness. Thor sent me the seal (took 3 attempts to get the correct seal) and I had it replaced in about 15 minutes.
As a note, under normal conditions that light should be solid green.