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Old 04-17-2016, 01:43 PM   #1
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Rear Stab Jacks

We were getting ready for our first trip of the season last weekend and things were going good, then I realized that our rear Stab Jacks were not functioning. After some troubleshooting I found the Auto Reset Breaker extremely corroded and not functioning. I couldn't read the corroded breaker, but after looking at front breaker and finding a LCI Drawing for the jacks the Breaker is a Type 1 12V 6A Auto Reset Breaker. I was unable to find one at any of the local dealers with that low of amperage, so we used the manual crank for the trip. I ordered a new breaker from Del City (ordered back ups, they are inexpensive) and a new rubber boot to cover. Installed in minutes and rears jacks working again. I attached some pictures, just wanted to share so if anyone had the same issue.
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