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Old 05-24-2015, 09:21 PM   #11
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The stabilizers should have two fuses; one fast blow in the power panel and a lower rated automatic reset one right at the switch. Corrosion at any of the terminals can cause failure to operate.
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Old 05-24-2015, 09:46 PM   #12
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Look for a 20 or 30 amp fuse in your distribution panel label PSJ as last fuse in photo, take it out and check visually if blown, might have blown when your retracted the rear stabilizers and hit the stop and why front one not working.........
Hey Fonz, either some of your fuses are upside down or you have some strange amp fuses.
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Old 05-26-2015, 06:17 PM   #13
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THANKS!!!! All your feedback and suggestions were great and much appreciated! I went back to storage yesterday and was able to get the jacks working. I do have a reset breaker going into the battery but that didn't do the trick. So I checked the rear stabilizers for movement and they did not work either. So I must have blew the fuse after raising them. I found the fuse inside in the main breaker/fuse box. I actually looked there the first day but the fuse was not lit up nor was it labeled very well. Needless to say, I found which fuse it was and replaced it.... and viola... all the jacks are back working. I'm also the proud new owner of a large box of every size fuse I saw in the box and 30amp ones as well for my electric tongue jack. Thanks again!
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Old 05-26-2015, 06:25 PM   #14
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THANKS!!!! All your feedback and suggestions were great and much appreciated! I went back to storage yesterday and was able to get the jacks working. I do have a reset breaker going into the battery but that didn't do the trick. So I checked the rear stabilizers for movement and they did not work either. So I must have blew the fuse after raising them. I found the fuse inside in the main breaker/fuse box. I actually looked there the first day but the fuse was not lit up nor was it labeled very well. Needless to say, I found which fuse it was and replaced it.... and viola... all the jacks are back working. I'm also the proud new owner of a large box of every size fuse I saw in the box and 30amp ones as well for my electric tongue jack. Thanks again!
You should get an auto-reset for the jacks.
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Old 06-23-2015, 01:09 PM   #16
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I have a new 2015 29FBSS with Lippert electric stabilizers on the rear and front. The ones on the back worked great today, but the ones on the front didn't even make a sound when I tried to raise them. Any ideas? Do they have a fuse that could be blown? If so, where is it? TIA!
Just unplug your power cord and then flip the battery switch to off. This will cut all power and then flip back on your battery. Your jack should now work fine. Mine does that sometimes.
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Old 06-29-2015, 10:26 AM   #18
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You should get an auto-reset for the jacks.

Old Coot..... This is a stupid question I'm sure but when you refer to an auto-reset do you mean a resettable breaker or something else? I'm clueless when it comes to the electrical part of my RV but since my new one has so many electrical items I'm thinking its time I learn :-/. Just bought a new Progressive Portable Surge Protector.... Can't wait to try it out :-)
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The stabilizers should have two fuses; one fast blow in the power panel and a lower rated automatic reset one right at the switch. Corrosion at any of the terminals can cause failure to operate.
Herk, sad part about the stab jacks is to get at that breaker you have to rip the cabinet apart. Wish they made a access hatch for it.
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Old Coot..... This is a stupid question I'm sure but when you refer to an auto-reset do you mean a resettable breaker or something else?
It replaces the existing fuse in the trailers fuse panel. Go here to se what thy look like. Littelfuse UCB10 12 Volt 10 Amp Auto Reset Universal Automotive Circuit Breaker | eBay
I got mine at NAPA. They're available in various amperages, of course
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