Originally Posted by ckbdk
I'm hoping someone can help us with what may be a related issue on our 2005 Georgetown 342. It started after our last trip; got home, extended the jacks, then one would not retract. It had to be done manually; then none would extend. The hydraulic motor would run a second or two, then trip the breaker, and nothing was moving. The fluid was low, so we have added to that. Tried to bleed the lines by extending and retracting, a process that took over an hour. Again, the motor runs a few seconds and then trips the breaker. We did get all four jacks to extend and then retract, but the motor was running hot. I don't know if it was overheating and tripping the breaker or if there is still air in the lines. I don't want to burn out the motor. Any suggestions? Thank you!
I just went through the same problem
, motor as getting way hot, checked the draw way high, ordered new motor from Lippert $732.00. Came today so installed it and presto everything back to normal.
I'm going to have the old one rebuilt the brushes were down to almost nothing and it was full of carbon from them causing the short. My coach is an 06.