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Old 08-18-2011, 08:48 PM   #1
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rear stabalizer jack

electric rear stabalizer jack not lowering on one side. sounds like teeth broken on motor. Has anybody repaired or does it have to replaced. 2006 designer 34rqls, just purchased used. Thanks
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Old 09-04-2011, 01:59 AM   #2
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Haven't replaced, but if it's the same as what they used on my 2011, you cannot buy replacement parts, and can only buy the entire assembly. I damaged the electric motor on mine while backing into our site on our 1st outing and couldn't even buy just the motor. Fortunately, it broke clean so I was able to have it welded and it works fine.
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Old 09-04-2011, 01:00 PM   #3
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Here is a link to the mfg.: http://www.lci1.com/storecatalog/ele...r-jack-kit.htm

Mine are a different model # but same weight specs. They don't say about parts but a call may be more productive.
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Thanks for the link, norty1. I've been told here that the jack legs were self leveling (though not in those words) and, being from Missouri (Missoura, if you prefer), I was skeptical but the website cleared that up (although I'm still scratching my head trying to figure out how it works; there has to be some kind of clutch in there). I wonder what it would cost to get a third assembly installed by the dealer just ahead of the axles (Lippert wants $499 just for one assembly; the factory option for the ones mounted front and rear is $407 per RVdirect).
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I have never had electric stabilizers and the first few times, I drove myself nuts trying to make them come down to the ground at the same time with blocks, until one time it heard it slip.

Then the light went on!!
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I have never had electric stabilizers and the first few times, I drove myself nuts trying to make them come down to the ground at the same time with blocks, until one time it heard it slip.

Then the light went on!!
At my age, the best I can do is a candle. Could you explain?
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Well, I felt like I did when my 5 yr old grandson once told me, " Grandpapa, I know everything."
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