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Old 09-08-2016, 04:54 PM   #1
Join Date: Sep 2011
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erratic steps

I have a 2003 Georgetown motorhome. Steps work some times and sometime not. Steps scs frigete orginal.lack Used manual to trouble shoot. Removed motor and bench tested it, it worked fine. When reinstalled motor the steps seem to work properly. After a couple hours I checked and the steps world not stay out after turning switch off. After several repeated switch on the off I could here the clicking sound to change the mode and make the steps stay out but only after appprox.a 30 sec. Delay. Also during manual trouble shooting it says to check voltage on the large red wire on the chassis side of the 4 pin plug. Switch on I have 13th switch off I have 13v cached (suppose to be 0). The white wire comes from the DC switch functions as it should power switch on no power switch off.
Preparing for extended vacation anyone have this problem?
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