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Old 12-06-2008, 08:26 PM   #1
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Seems to have jammed the left front jack up into the trailer. The manual crank won't turn at all. Actaully another question is a week ago when trying to lift the trailer off the truck the motor for the front jacks quit. Anyone know where the fuse or switch would be located for this motor? Mainly though how much damage could have been done to the front of this trailer from me dropping it on the pavement?
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Seems to have jammed the left front jack up into the trailer. The manual crank won't turn at all. Actaully another question is a week ago when trying to lift the trailer off the truck the motor for the front jacks quit. Anyone know where the fuse or switch would be located for this motor? Mainly though how much damage could have been done to the front of this trailer from me dropping it on the pavement?
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If you can't locate the fuse for this in your main fuse box, then I'd call the factory for assistance.

It's hard to answer your question on damage without inspecting your trailer. There could be structural damage, or cracked/damaged fiberglass -- in addition to your damaged jack.

Do you normally do a "pull test" before moving your 5th wheel?

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