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Greeting RV Gurus/Nerds/Innocent Bystanders. My 2006 Coachman Cross Country SE is having an intermittent electrical issue. When turn the key into the accessory or run position in the ignition, sometimes one particular circuit will energize, other times it will not. The Hydraulic Level System, electric drivers seat, backup camera monitor and Freightliner Computer (both in dash) seem to share the circuit. At times, the hydraulic module lights with flash for a moment then stay dark/circuit stays dead. It’s not a fuse, for sometimes it works. Can’t nail down what may be triggering the intermittent part - temps/load/etc. Your wisdom is appreciated. Need to get this fixed ASAP since we are scheduled for a Thanksgiving trip on Sunday....
I have blown about ten fuses (20amp) moving my slide-out in and out. Yesterday I watched the fuse panel and the fuse blew when the slide-out reached its extremity (out). Is there not a switch that interrupts the circuit when the room is all the way out even though the control may be still depressed by the user? I have heard mention of a "Limit switch." Could a faulty one be the culprit on my 18-year-old coach? It is a 1999 National Tradewinds. I would like to inspect the switch and put a multimeter on it. Does one look on the body of the coach or the movable portion (the slide-out)?