Originally Posted by hayesb2
My 2009 Rockwood rear electric stabilizer jack just stopped working...Any suggestions on what to try?
I had to put a new motor on mine. Water got into the housing.
That being said, before you start pulling stuff apart try two things:
1) Have someone hold the switch in the "extend" position while you turn the manual crank. Repeat for "retract." Do this several times. If there is corrosion on the brushes or armature, this may clean it off enough to have the motor start working. (Mine did, but it is under warranty so I replaced it.) This will eliminate fuses, switch and wiring as a problem.
2) Using a knife, cut away insulation on the wire going to the motor. The red one is hot, the black is ground. Using a meter or a test light, check for current on the red wire. This, too, will isolate the problem as the motor.