Blowing fuse on Elect Tounge Jack
Taking this back to the dealer is the easy way - I'd like to see if I can solve something before I rely on others.... I've read these, and other forums about similar problems, with no solution.
We have a 2015 19RD of which I've blown the 30amp fuse by the batteries (two 6V) about 5 times in the last 3 months. I've learned - if you extend the jack either way too much, it'll blow a fuse. I've checked the bolts for good connection, as it's the way it's grounded ... it's making a good connection. Just brought the trailer back from dealer for some other warranty work yesterday morning, and the trailer sits in my driveway currently with the jack not working. I mentioned to the dealer that I'm blowing fuses (but it worked fine while at the dealer), - since it worked OK while there, he just pointed out that I shouldn't raise/lower to the limits.. It works fine when hooked up to my truck, and still does, but this time after unhooking the truck, it stopped working and the fuse is fine .... I even replaced the fuse and it still dzn't work.
I'm not an electrician or mechanic - just a guy that wants to raise and lower his trailer without wondering if this will happen again.
Is it time to take it back to the dealer again, or are there other things I should look at myself?
There's NOTHING more exciting than to be shot at .... and missed.