Where are the slide out relay controls located?

Where are the slide out relay controls located?

Also Kiwah is correct – engine must be running and parking brake engaged to operate slides. Here’s the schematic. Slide out circuit breaker and relays should be found in the battery control center (BCC) normally located in the first basement bay behind the entry door.

How is the electrical system of a relay tested?

If there is no power, the electrical system must be tested starting with the fuse then the relay. If power is present use the test light connected to battery power to check the ground circuit. if these tests check out, the accessory is bad and needs to be replaced. Some relay’s can differ from this configuration but follow the same principle.

What are terminals 86 and 85 in a relay?

Relay Terminal Identification Terminals 86 and 85 are the primary side of the relay, which utilizes an electromagnet to close (connect) the secondary electrical circuit inside the relay. This electromagnet is activated by a simple power (+) and ground (-) much like a light bulb circuit.

Where are the slide out relay controls in irv2?

I took both of them off the wall, removed the 12V supply wire from the light switch (used my meter to determine which was which), applied the 12V wire to the center pole on the slide switch…voila, bedroom slide works. (Engine was running and parking brake applied).

Are there two relays for the slideroom motor?

Missing a circuit to supply power to slideroom motor.The drawing pictures one relay to power the in and out voltage to the motor- there are 2 power relays.

Where can I find the contact configuration of a relay?

Assess the contact configuration of the relay. This will also be available from the manufacturer’s data sheet, or may be printed on the case of larger relays. Relays may have one or more poles, indicated in drawings by a single line switch connected to a pin of the relay. Each pole may have a normally open (NO) and or normally closed (NC) contact.

How can you test the status of a relay?

The drawings will indicate these contacts as connections with a pin on the relay. The relay drawings will show each pole as either touching the pin, indicating a NC contact, or not touching the pin, indicating a NO contact. Test the de-energized condition of the relay contacts.

Where can I find the part number on a relay?

The manufacturer’s part number should be listed on the case of the relay. Look up the applicable data sheet and determine the voltage and current requirements of the control coil. This also may be printed on the case of larger relays. Find out if the control coil is diode protected.

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Ruth Doyle