I turned my trailer around today in preparation of heading out tomorrow. I had it facing one way in my driveway for easier access to the yard and enjoyment while it sat. Anyway. When I turned it around, I noticed that it was very hard to pull. Almost like I was breaking. If I let go of the gas, I'd come to a stop. It seemed easier to backup than to go forward. I checked the ER break to make sure it wasn't pulled. It seems fine. I tried driving up and done the driveway straight just to make sure the trailer was straight and was rolling easy, still tight. How can I tell if my breakers are on and/or stuck? What do you think might be going on? Heading out tomorrow, I hope it's not serious.
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