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Old 03-06-2016, 10:07 AM   #31
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klassic, I am up in good old Thunder Bay!!! I will be heading down the I 35 to Des Moines and then west to Colorado, then south to Yuma and all points in between!
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Old 03-06-2016, 10:10 AM   #32
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klassic, I am up in good old Thunder Bay!!! I will be heading down the I 35 to Des Moines and then west to Colorado, then south to Yuma and all points in between!
Oh you're way over there. I just assume everyone is from Southern Ontario.
Sounds like a good trip
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Old 04-16-2016, 01:47 PM   #33
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Hitch Jack 12 volt stopped working

I have a 2016 Jayco 28RLS travel trailer
It came standard with a 12v power hitch jack
I fully extended it and it stopped working
I looked it up and it says it has an automatic re set fuse in built - there is no reset button on it
I do have power via a trailer battery and its also connected to my car.
All the 12v items in the trailer are working so i donít think its a blown fuse in the main fuse box
Can you help me, offer some suggestions that i can check out, i am out of town in a national park
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Old 04-16-2016, 03:41 PM   #34
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It seems they are all different but mine has a 30 amp fuse coming off the jack that I will blow if I raise the jack too high.
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Thanks just found the fuse - not easy as it has a black wire coming from the jack - then it connects to a red wire - then to a green that leads to the fuse in a weird rubber moulding - its like they try to make it hard.....and of course no info on this in the owners manual as its what wire was in there tool box that day
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Old 04-16-2016, 03:54 PM   #36
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It seems they are all different but mine has a 30 amp fuse coming off the jack that I will blow if I raise the jack too high.
X2 Mine has a 30amp fuse, too.
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You should have a small crank tool. There is a plug right on top of your jack. Sometimes if the jack is up too far you will have to crank it down just a bit or it will blow the fuse again.
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EDIT: Oops! See you found the fuse.

Welcome to the JOF.
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Item E on your diagram is the resettable breaker.
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