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Old 10-05-2013, 08:53 PM   #1
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Electric stabiler jacks going up themselves?...

Well I'm having more issues with Whitehawk 28dsbh. Now the electric stabilizer scissor jacks are coming on by themselves. Came outside and the front of my camper was all the way up in the air. Then today I witnessed the back stabilizers come on and started jacking up the back of the trailer. I'm guessing its a switch issue? Also the crank for my tv antenna fell to the floor. I have had so many issues with this camper that I'm starting to regret buying it. The build quality is just not on par compared to our 2012 jflight 26bh. Must be different plants with different quality control. Had zero problems with our jayflight, it just wasn't a big enough floor plan. Anyone else have ghosts operating their stabilizers?

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Old 10-05-2013, 09:12 PM   #2
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I have a 2014 Whitehawk 30dsre. Picked it up 2 weeks ago. Only one 3 night trip so far but no major problems other than usual PDI items missed. Wow, could not imagine the electric stabalizer jacks lifting up my TT....its 30 feet long.

I would recommend you pull battery and contact dealer. How would you be sure they wouldnt deploy when towing?

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Old 10-05-2013, 09:37 PM   #3
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Sounds like some moisture may be in the switches. You may pull the switches apart to see if any moisture is present. They may need some additional sealing. X2 on finding the fuse for the jack and pulling it until the issue is resolved.
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