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Old 09-26-2020, 04:16 PM   #1
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Slide out stuck help

So I purchased the slingshot probably 5 yrs ago. Itís a 2012 29ft. I was extending the slide out and then it stopped and would then only retract a few inches. Is there a manual override? I donít have the original manual and canít find one specific to the slingshot. Any help would be awesome. Thanks
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Do you know what slide you have as each one has a different way to manually move it.
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Unfortunately no. How would I tell?
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Do you have a manual override crank? If so this might help! https://youtu.be/o_3vc0STmfI
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Does it have a rack with gears under the slide or cables on the wall or rails on the side. Each one is different and the process to close them is different. The easiest one is the under floor.
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It has two rails on the each side.
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Do you have a manual override crank? If so this might help! https://youtu.be/o_3vc0STmfI
This was helpful and gives me a starting point.
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Old 09-26-2020, 08:27 PM   #8
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I think you have a Schwintek slide. If the rails look like picture, here is the manual for help.


file:///C:/Users/15702/AppData/Local...l-override.pdf
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Thatís it! Any ideas?
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Old 09-26-2020, 09:18 PM   #10
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Checking out the videos now. I did see controller and reset.
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Thanks again to everyoneís help!
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