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Old 05-23-2016, 09:41 PM   #1
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No power to front and rear stabilizers

So, I took my TT into the dealership over the winter to have the front cap painted and for them to fix the rear stabilizer where the coupling between the motor and the screw had broken. I picked up my TT after the paint job and the stabilizer repairs and took it to storage. My fault for not checking the stabilizer when I picked it up; however, I didn't think it would be big deal for the dealership to fix the coupling.

Getting ready for the Memorial Day Weekend I pulled the TT up to the house today to clean it, load it and to the pre-flight check. I first found that my tv seems fried (will come on but no picture and will not turn off without unplugging) and then I went to deploy the rear stabilizer jack and no power. Now I had power before, just a broken coupling. I went to the front stabilizer and yep, no power.

I have a call into the dealership to determine if there is a quick fix I can do. I checked all of the fuses at the battery and in the main fuse and breaker panel and all are good. I am guessing either one, they disconnected something to do the repair or two, because of the T.V. issue, they fried the motors somehow. Any thoughts, suggestions, etc. I will not be able to take it to the dealership until after the weekend which isn't a big deal, I can manually deploy them. I wanted some opinion or ideas from the forum.

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Old 05-24-2016, 08:28 PM   #2
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Is your TV a 12V? If so could be a ground issue or poor connection on the + side. How's the rest of the 12V system?
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Old 05-31-2016, 08:09 PM   #3
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Everything else is working fine. I am taking TT to the dealership on Thursday to let them figure it out. I found power is going to both the front and rear stabilizer switch; however, it does not appear to be passing through the switch when it is pressed; I think the dealership fried the switches when they were "fixing" the sheer pin issue.
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