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Old 09-21-2017, 07:32 PM   #1
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TV won't go down- Itasca Sunova33C

The tv in my living room rises up from the buffet /serving surface in the eating area ( not a dinette but a slide out table with 2 movable chairs). I opened the panel in the cabinet under the TV and both motors that operate the screw jacks were piping hot. I disconnected the power clips and the tv remains still in the raised position. Any comments, suggestions?
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If there are no instructions in the owners manual about manual operation of the lift ; to lower the TV , a call to Winnebago is in order.
As far as the overheated lift motors are concerned , the lift control module , SHOULD have shut off power , or blown a fuse before the motors got that hot.
You need a troubleshooting manual on the lift system , to find out if the system has micro switches to signal the module that the mechanism has reached the end of it's range of travel ; or if the module senses amp load on the motors to stop operation.
In either case you need to find the circuit fuse to check it is the proper size , because the fuse should have blown before the lift motors fried.
Is your coach brand new with warranty ?
Or new to you ; where a previous owner may have put an over size fuse in the system ?
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We have a 2013 Itasca Sunova 33C gasser. I will wait until I reach Mesa and have a tech correct the problem. I've disconnected the power to the lift motors just to be safe.
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