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Old 09-14-2016, 12:51 PM   #11
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In the picture with batteries look up to the l top left side.

When that lever is showing, you blew the failsafe,

just push it back down and you are good to go.
Awesome info! THANKS
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Old 09-14-2016, 12:53 PM   #12
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oops

I was cleaning the MH and found it is easier to turn it on it side and and shake the dirt out

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I was cleaning the MH and found it is easier to turn it on it side and and shake the dirt out

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It voids the warranty
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Can the FR3 be driven with the jacks down? At night time I'll bet the Sparks would be awesome..
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Can the FR3 be driven with the jacks down? At night time I'll bet the Sparks would be awesome..
Awesome guys! pouring myself another beer

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Now that's awesome!
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This the connector that will default to up if it is unplugged.
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Your saying to just unplug that gadget and the jacks will automatically retract?? What is that gadget and how will the jacks just go up by unplugging it?
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Your saying to just unplug that gadget and the jacks will automatically retract?? What is that gadget and how will the jacks just go up by unplugging it?
That plug connects to the directional valve. The directional valve will have a black & white wire leading to it. When this is unplugged the pump assembly should do nothing but retract.
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That plug connects to the directional valve. The directional valve will have a black & white wire leading to it. When this is unplugged the pump assembly should do nothing but retract.

Right on. Thank You. I'm going to look into it, just in case.
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