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The hiss sounds like the power brake booster has failed.....but usually that only causes the pedal to get hard. A pedal that goes all the way to the floor normally indicates a bad brake master cylinder.
If the steering wheel won't move either, then just put the key in the ignition and wiggle the steering wheel or pull a little harder to the left while turning the key. Happens all the time when people push themselves out of the car by the steering wheel. They lock the steering wheel, which locks up the ignition.
Commonly below steering wheel, between pedals and left door is located a fuse box, they're colored but you can see if any is opened (blown), possibly you'll need pliers to remove them from the box, is recommended to do it one each, to avoid messing them.
I just got on myself. It is deceiving but it can adjust. You have to be very firm with it. I strongly recommend NOT having the GPS unit attached or having the mount on the window when adjusting as you have to bend it hard to move it. Just bend it whatever direction you want it to move and it will move. It is just VERY stiff. My guess is because that helps it maintain whatever position to bend it into. Good luck.
I had the same problems with my 70lb, my motor just quit while on the lake, took it to a minn kota service repair shop. I had two issues. One was the little magnet under the button on the foot pedal got recessed to far down, the tech told me if it happened again pop the button off and pull the magnet up some. Simple fix. I took it home put it back on the boat and nothing just a slight ticking noise heard from the pedal with no prop movement. So I thought maybe somethin was wrong with one of my batteries. Unhooked everything, tested both of them, all good. Even though there was hardly any corrosion, I clean everything, hooked it up and "WALLA"! Power! Problem solved, for now. Waitng to test again out on the lake