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Old 06-06-2022, 02:51 PM   #1
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Electric stabilizer jacks

I have a set of the Lippert PSX1 on out 2021 sunset trail. Seems like the motor intermittently works. Itíll go half way down then nothing. Tap on the motor and it works again. Also seems a bit sluggish compared to the speed of the front one. Iíve got power to everything like I should. Do you think itís just the motor? Looks easy enough to replace.
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Old 06-06-2022, 02:56 PM   #2
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The old circuit breaker was pretty beat up and rusty so Iím going to replace that as well but according to the instructions itís a 6 amp breaker and the smallest I can find it 10 amp. Do you think that would work?
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Old 06-06-2022, 06:58 PM   #3
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Check the wiring first. The breaker has a specific amperage rating because it is intended to be the weak link in the circuit to protect the electrical components. 10 amp is almost twice the size of the 6 amp. You may be able to order one of the net, maybe Amazon.
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This is the one I used: https://www.amazon.com/Reset-Circuit.../dp/B01ESTHI6W. They use a 6 amp so it will trip before you can put too much load on the stabilizers to protect them from bending. One other thing clean the screw really good then use a dry lube on all the piviot points and the screw to help reduce resistance.
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Old 11-15-2022, 01:23 PM   #5
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Zeroprotocol were you able to fix your stabilizer problem? We have 2022 Sunset 299QB and had it set up for 6 months while I lived in it. Upon getting prepared to take it home my rear stabilizer switch raised them part way and then stuck. I fiddled with the switch and it eventually raised them completely. When I arrived home I could not get them to deploy. I called the dealer service department and he said it might be a fuse. He said the fuse for the rear stabilizer is either in the switch or in line with the switch. He said to remove it and see if the fuse just falls out. I did just that and there was no fuse.
I am not sure where to check next as my breaker panel does not have a label for the stabilizers and I checked all the fuses and they all seemed to be good.
Any advice would be helpful.
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Zeroprotocol were you able to fix your stabilizer problem? We have 2022 Sunset 299QB and had it set up for 6 months while I lived in it. Upon getting prepared to take it home my rear stabilizer switch raised them part way and then stuck. I fiddled with the switch and it eventually raised them completely. When I arrived home I could not get them to deploy. I called the dealer service department and he said it might be a fuse. He said the fuse for the rear stabilizer is either in the switch or in line with the switch. He said to remove it and see if the fuse just falls out. I did just that and there was no fuse.
I am not sure where to check next as my breaker panel does not have a label for the stabilizers and I checked all the fuses and they all seemed to be good.
Any advice would be helpful.
Thanks
I ended up replacing the motor myself then the dealer refunded me for warranty. The front right side started giving me grief later on too. Found it was a partially broken wire. Fixed that and I havenít had issues since. There are circuit breakers above each switch. Did you check those? Both of mine were all corroded and I replaced them with new ones off of Amazon that had covers.
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Thank you for responding. My husband and I are going to try and I are going out to it over this weekend to see if we can find the cause of its malfunction. Will let you know what we conclude.
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