Our RV adventures just continue. We pulled into Scott, LA to stay overnight at the KOA there and found our slide, well, wouldn't slide. It had slid in just fine when we left Gulfport, MS and now when I pushed the button 'out' it did nothing. No noise, no foul, no error. My DH checked everything. He called our dealer at Larry's Trailer Sales in southern Illinois and inquired with them what could be the matter. They told him that everything he checked, they would have checked. They told him to try and hook up the motor directly to our battery and see if it would work then. So Jim stripped an extension cord at both ends to basically make a really long 'jumper cable' and hooked it up from the trailer battery to the slide motor and we managed to get the slide out, but it was moving very, very slow! Today we went to a trailer place (where we now are located at Lake Charles, LA) and ask them about it. The guy said it was probably the motor going out since the trailer was eight years old and we stay in it full time and use the slide a lot. He said probably the brushes were bad. Well, Jim took the motor apart and checked the brushes and they weren't that bad. Question: Any suggestions on what could be wrong with the motor/slide? Also what fluid would be replaced in the motor. It is a Dewald. On the motor it says to replace fluid with transmission fluid but the fluid in it currently is clear and smells like oil, not red transmission fluid. Help!