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The main slide motor has a little oil dripping, is it possible i over lubricated the chain doe the slide or is it something major? slide still works fine

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Is it a motor and gearbox assembly with two output shafts?

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1. Most likely, something is in the way. A displaced trim molding, the rubber seal has moved, or ? With the slide only slightly extended, using a flashlight and mirror, examine every part of the seal/body junction inside and out that you can. A straightened coathanger can help remove a foreign object.
2. The slide might be binding. The motor would hang, draw excessive current, and shut down. Testing this would involve manual slide extension. Not familiar with Keystone, but typically, you run it out with a crank. The crank location is a round opening under slide. Depending on length of slide, there may be two. If two, they must be actuated together, or each one alternately, a little at a time. On some brands, the gear train between actuator motor and slide MUST be disengaged to allow manual extension/retraction, it depends on how the manual extension works. Hopefully you have a manual that can explain the procedure. The crank(s) to extend/retract are usually stored in the bay(s).
3. The motor has weakened. This is unlikely, if the problem is just the last inch or so.

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Thank you i know where is my fuse box but supposed to having fuse around the batterie in front of trailor and i cant found the motor for the slide out


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Why is slideout is dragging


Have you lubricated the wiper seals? It is recommended that they be lubricated ever 90 - 180 days with 100% silicone spray. This will help in the slide motion.

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