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Old 06-25-2015, 09:32 PM   #1
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Entry door step 2011 Greyhawk

I recently replaced the battery on my greyhawk and now the powered steps will not work. I looked in the manual and it stats that a circuit breaker should be located "through a circuit breaker (generally located in the battery box near the auxiliary start solenoid). I looked in the box but there was no circuit breaker. There are two fuses but both were good. Any ideas where this 20amp fuse or breaker should be?
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Old 06-26-2015, 12:48 PM   #2
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Check your grounding blocks to ensure none of them have come loose in the process of changing out the battery. There are a couple fuses by the steps themselves (inline). Check all your house fuses at the breaker panel.

Are the steps the only thing without power?
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What does the voltage read on the new battery? If you do not have a certain voltage to the steps, they will not function.
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It's also possible that the steps draw power directly from the battery (like the tongue jack on a TT).


Check that all the wires went back to the correct places on the battery.
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