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Old 04-08-2021, 02:43 AM   #1
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Manual connections

I have not been able to find where and how you connect to your stabilizer jacks and slide out IF you lose power. I asked the Camping World service dept and they said to call Keystone as they didn't know. I'd like to be prepared, just in case. I have a 2021 Coleman Light 1805RB. Does anybody know?
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Old 04-08-2021, 03:21 AM   #2
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You took delivery of the unit without getting them to demo how to do it??!

Ok, spilt milk, and hopefully lesson learned.

Need more info before we can help. What type of slide out mechanism is on your rig?
- Schwintek
- pulley & cable
- gear & chain
- etc
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I have not been able to find where and how you connect to your stabilizer jacks and slide out IF you lose power. I asked the Camping World service dept and they said to call Keystone as they didn't know. I'd like to be prepared, just in case. I have a 2021 Coleman Light 1805RB. Does anybody know?
Thank you.

The slide out should have a manual crank that you can use. Usually it is hidden somewhere in the RV, mine were under the bed. If you look at this owner's manual, page 36, gives you links to the manufacturer's web sites depending on your model of stab jack.

You will find that this manual is generic and gives you very little information about your specific RV. BEST way is to go to the manufacturer's websites for ANY product in the RV since Dutchmen is just an assembler and not a real manufacturer.

https://www.dutchmen.com/rv-manuals-online

Lately Dutchmen has been adding more manuals to the library.
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Thank you for info. Just a little spilled milk as the service guy did go over some things with delivery, like the manual jack connector, but even he didn't know where it connected for the slide out. But, yes, lesson learned, albeit a little late for this issue.
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Old 04-08-2021, 09:53 PM   #5
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Thank you very much. This information will be useful and I'm digging into it. Thanks again for taking your time to reply.
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