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After bring slide out in, on a 27 foot fifth wheel R.V., using the electrical switch, with no problems, tried to raise fifth wheel to hook up truck. The jack motor turned slow as if under a load. Had to raise fifth wheel manually. There was no problem with the jacks. The fifth wheel was still hooked up to the land line or 220 volt, 30 amp camp ground electricity. Moved fifth wheel to storage, less than a mile away, on the camp ground storage lot. Backed into storage spot and tried to lower jacks. There was no response from the jack mtor when switch was moved either up or down. The fifth wheel was connected to the truck electrically. Had to lowere jacks manually. While checking fifth wheel for storage found electrical items such as water pump, lights, etc. did not work. Checked volt meter at batteries, solar powered, saw 14.1 D.C. volts. Do you know what my problem is?

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  • collins116 Jul 07, 2010

    did as was sugested and had no change in electrical system.

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Hello,

The problem is that there is a fault in the electrical panel of the jack. That is why it is not properly functioning.

The fault most likely could be that a component on the panel is burnt or is having partial contact.

If you have the technical skills to open it up and check, no problem, otherwise, you can take it to an expert that will help you check and replace any bad part of the panel.

Take care

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I am not an expert for this but as far as I know in most of the cases it may happen due to static electric charge. At this point, I would advice you to turn off the power supply , wait for 2 minutes and try tuning it On. It should take care of the issue.

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