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Old 10-22-2018, 12:27 PM   #1
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Default Slide Out no power, suspect driver seat kill switch

I have a 2007 Gulf Stream Sun Seeker 8295. Recently I twisted my driver seat around and now slide outs won't work. I see fraying on one wire coming from seat forward switch. Maybe blew fuse or switch? All visible fuses and breakers have been checked. Manual says to check 12 volt 50 amp mini-breaker, but I cannot find it's location. Looks like hydraulic system includes leveling jacks and that system still works. Any assistance would be appreciated. Thank You.
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Old 10-22-2018, 12:42 PM   #2
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I think you're on the right track. Try to get the wire harness loose from the seat so you can get a good look. Or maybe even remove the seat from the power pedestal (not difficult usually just four bolts in corners) On my Sun Voyager there are several BIG breakers some located in the forward right bay by my battery disconnect switches. There are a couple in the left side forward bays too. Mine are black with red levers. These things look like switches in a way. If the lever is pointing down that means it needs to be reset.



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Turned out to be 15 amp fuse blown. Seat forward switch wire rubbed against seat or assembly when I twisted my Captainís Chair around. I had checked the 15 amp fuse for driver seat as on the diagram but as my son noticed the box was put in upside down so I was checking the wrong fuse. Oh well, lesson learned. Onward to our first adventure!
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Turned out to be 15 amp fuse blown. Seat forward switch wire rubbed against seat or assembly when I twisted my Captainís Chair around. I had checked the 15 amp fuse for driver seat as on the diagram but as my son noticed the box was put in upside down so I was checking the wrong fuse. Oh well, lesson learned. Onward to our first adventure!

That's great! Have fun!


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Hello, I know this post is older but does anybody have a picture of how the kill switch is attached below the seat? Mine fell down and not sure where it was attached-

I have the 2005 sun voyager se

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Old 07-30-2020, 09:29 PM   #6
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Glad you found your fuse,I just spent two days looking for the power to run the slides out.the fuse I was looking for was a 5 amp used to start the pump.IT WAS AN INLINE FUSE TUCKED BEHIND THE PUMP The leads are too short really see it so I will splice in piece of wire and tag it in case it goes
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