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Old 03-20-2016, 01:25 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by MIFL19H View Post
Thanks for the tip on that... I want to do that too.

What type exactly did you use?

Go to your local auto parts store they can hook you up with the parts needed, if it overheats it resets in about a minute, no more hunting for spares. I don't have the brand or model handy but I got it at AutoZone.

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Old 03-20-2016, 01:37 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by jcampin View Post
I followed the power wire ,but no fuse that I can see. Its also not wired directly to the battery. There is also no fuse in the trailer labeled for jack. I know I'm missing something obvious. Could there be a inline use inside the plastic sheeting that runs along the font frame rail ? I hate to start pulling apart a brad new trailer.
It should not be covered, should be pretty easy access. Someone else mentioned their inline fuse was located along the frame where the wiring harness junction is on the Aframe. I have heard of some factory installed power jacks that only get their power from the TV battery, unless the camper is plugged into the TV no power. If thats maybe the case I would check your vehicle owners manual and look at the fuse list, maybe something will stand out for you to check for power to tow harness.

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Old 03-20-2016, 01:43 PM   #13
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26 BH power tongue jack stopped

Most I have seen have a inline fuse very near and terminated to the battery. I have seen one with a 30a fuse and a resettable relay/ fuse on the motor end.

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