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Old 06-30-2019, 03:52 PM   #1
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My auto leveler does not have power to it so I can raise my stablizers. I have a Silverback 33ik. Is there a manual way to raise them?
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Old 06-30-2019, 03:58 PM   #2
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My auto leveler does not have power to it so I can raise my stablizers. I have a Silverback 33ik. Is there a manual way to raise them?
Follow your wiring from the pump it sounds like you blow a circuit breaker. You should see a power strip and put your finger behind it and you should feel the reset.
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Old 06-30-2019, 04:06 PM   #3
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My auto leveler does not have power to it so I can raise my stablizers. I have a Silverback 33ik. Is there a manual way to raise them?
Not a ac reset. It's a 12 volt reset
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I have a 33IK. Sounds like you tripped the mini breaker. It is in the front basement behind the round panel on the right. Move the panel and you will see what looks like a buss bar but it is actually a row of breakers. Look on the left side and you will,see the small black buttons. Press them to reset. See pics below. Sorry about sideways pics..
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I have a 33IK. Sounds like you tripped the mini breaker. It is in the front basement behind the round panel on the right. Move the panel and you will see what looks like a buss bar but it is actually a row of breakers. Look on the left side and you will,see the small black buttons. Press them to reset. See pics below. Sorry about sideways pics..
We have a 2019 silverback 33ik. Ours does not have a reset button...has an auto reset. When our stabilizers did the same thing we had to get a new motor for the hydraulic pump. If it is the pump motor,you need a high speed drill to raise or lower the landing gear. Not an easy task. Suggest calling your dealer for directions. Just got it home a couple days ago. Thankful for warranty!
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On my Riverstone , there was a 50 amp non-resettable breaker (now replaced with an 80 resettable). If it is indeed a bad breaker, you can jump it with a screwdriver or wire.
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