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Re: 2004 Fleetwood Wilderness 29' travel trailer wiring diagram by Bubba The Bus Tech
Post New Message 1st There never has been a useful wiring diagram for your trailer.

From experience: There are two common causes for your issue with the slide. Most common is that the breaker that is at the end of the battery cable is faulty. This also means the inside of the trailer is not properly powered by the battery or the breaker that powers the motor is faulty. The less likely fault is one of the wires to the positive battery conection is on the wrong post or not connected at all.

There is usually a little control board near the slide, the main power comes direct from the battery to run the motor, but the power to run the switch comes from the fuse box inside, powered by the converter. The breakers at the end of the 12 volt positive battery cable are where these to systems can be divided.

Good Luck
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