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Each time I push the extend or retract switch on my 2010 Laredo 245RL I blow a fuse. What might be wrong?

I checked the motor, it works. The switch is good, it has been checked. What else could be wrong?

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Worn switch contacts could be drawing excess amps. A voltmeter check may show normal voltage and still the switch can be faulty.

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