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Old 06-12-2010, 07:00 PM   #1
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elec stab jack no power

Can't seem to find a fuse for the elec jack under the camper.does it come from a panel or just the small mpounted beside of the rocker switches??

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Old 06-13-2010, 02:42 PM   #2
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I thought you were referring to your front and rear stabilizers in another post - this one sounds like you're speaking of your tongue jack.

If you'll clarify a bit, perhaps we can drain this thing.

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Old 06-13-2010, 03:07 PM   #3
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Stabilizer Jack

Hope this is the jack you are referring to. There is a 30amp fuse located between the rocker switches. Be sure to replace with a Slo-Blow fuse usually available at most marine stores.
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Old 06-13-2010, 08:25 PM   #4
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That's what I have, too. Kudos for posting a pic (mine is parked too close to some bushes at the moment.)

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Yes that's the one but mine front or back has no power going to them and I can't figure out where the power should be coming from and is there fuses??I've got a owners manual but it shows nothing about a fuse panel just the one behind the couch that doesn't have fuses and the one above the bed.

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Old 06-14-2010, 09:56 AM   #6
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Dewayne, take a second look behind the couch - there is a door that has the automotive-type fuses behind it. They're not the old-style, glass fuses.

If there are no fuses, then you likely don't have 12v power anywhere in your trailer. Is that the case?

(The box above the bed is your 120v breaker box).

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Old 06-14-2010, 02:30 PM   #7
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there might have circuit breakers in the 12v panel. my 94 has them. i'd get a test light/meter to see if you have power at the switches, etc.
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12v circuit breakers? Nice.
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I swear - just when you think you know something, someone on this forum will teach you something else.

My 97 Safari had the auto-type fuses in the box behind the sofa. But the 98 Limited has 12v breakers! Who Knew? Besides Ricky, that is.

Since the Limited series have everything as far as options go, I figured I'd better take a personal look behind the couch. PIA, by the way, because there is no room so you have to drop the back of the goucho. And drop the table because there's not quite enough room. Anything for good learnin', I always say. And there they were - breakers - right behind the box door that says "12 volt fuse distribution panel inside".

Wonder what else is waiting to be discovered. Thanks, Ricky.

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experience is a great teacher ;-)
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12v breaker reset buttons location?

have 31' 98 excella, while replacing tongue jack, red power wire to jack accidently touched frame causing short. have reviewed manual. located fuses behind front couch. can't find red reset buttons. have noticed black small buttons on inside of fuse block. they don't seem to reset 12v current. anyone have idea how to restore 12v power?
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have 31' 98 excella, while replacing tongue jack, red power wire to jack accidently touched frame causing short. have reviewed manual. located fuses behind front couch. can't find red reset buttons. have noticed black small buttons on inside of fuse block. they don't seem to reset 12v current. anyone have idea how to restore 12v power?
did you try tracing the line for the jack. there might be an inline fuse.
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Having a somewhat different problem with the fuse located between the rocker switches - ours completely shattered and won't come out of the slot! We've tried every kind of pliers we can find, no luck getting it dislodged.

We need to move our trailer asap but the jacks are still down, and there doesn't seem to be a manual crank for them. (This is a 2007 International.) Any advice?
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The problem could also be water in the switch enclosure. My 2002 ASCL rear electric stablizer jack switches were not sealed well and the wheel spray caused water to enter the switch enclosure causing corrosion which disabled the switches. Had to R & R the switches and seal the enclosure.
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