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Old 08-09-2017, 08:10 PM   #1
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Shwintek in wall slide out motor

Does any one know the part number for a Schwintek in wall slide out motor any help would be helpful.
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Old 08-09-2017, 11:41 PM   #2
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This is from an LCI In wall component sheet. You need to determine what kind you have.

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You should go here: https://www.lci1.com/assets/content/...patibility.pdf and identify your controller also.

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I have replaced mine on the large slide they take the 500-1 and the slide in slide takes the 300-1
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I have replaced mine on the large slide they take the 500-1 and the slide in slide takes the 300-1
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I need to replace the motor on our bedroom slide. I am glad to see that you have tackled this first. Any helpful hints would be great. It seems like it should be a pretty straightforward replacement/repair. From the LCI video I saw, it looks like once we remove the screw that holds the motor, it is just a matter of pulling out the old one and plugging in the new one. The mobile tech suggested I replace both motors while I'm doing it.
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as Rob said just like the Utube video. Remove the screw in the side of the motor accessed from the outside unplug the wiring harness and pry the motor up and out from the inside of the traier. more than likely the wire is broke off the motor. the plug for the harness was on a short pig tail directly to the circuit board where the wires let go. the new ones are improved with the plug directly on the motor. May have to take the inside trim off to accsess it
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I have replaced mine on the large slide they take the 500-1 and the slide in slide takes the 300-1
We were able to get pic of the motor. Looks like our large bedroom slide has the 300-1 motor. Wonder why ours got the smaller motor? We can't easily get to the small slide motor to confirm it is also a 300-1. When I originally called Tiara about getting a replacement, they were certain enough they almost ordered the 500-1 without a picture of the motor. Seems like this part should be consistent from RW to RW.
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George I would check before installing the 300-1 as I believe it is fore the smaller slides
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Old 11-05-2017, 03:53 PM   #9
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That might be for the slide in slide center.
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George I would check before installing the 300-1 as I believe it is fore the smaller slides
Just completed the slide motor replacement. I replaced both motors on the large bedroom slide. Ours has the 300-1 on our big slide. I am assuming the small slide has the same size in ours. Maybe they put the 500-1 in our small slide. I am guessing someone had the smaller motor in their hand and didn't want to go after the bigger motor.
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