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Old 07-27-2010, 09:19 PM   #1

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Kwikee step not working

The Kwikee step on my coach has stopped working. The motor works fine with 12volt battery hookup. Looks like it's not getting power. I assume that there must be a fuse but can't find one. Anyone know where it is?
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Old 07-27-2010, 09:56 PM   #2
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Mine was inline just above the steps (looking from under the coach), wrapped up in the bundle of tape passing for a wiring loom. It is powered by the chassis side of the 12 volt system so there might be another fuse behind the panel in front of the passenger seat. I see another inline there, near the switched strip, but haven't traced it any further than back through the firewall and down.

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Old 07-27-2010, 10:18 PM   #3
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Try recycling both battery disconnect switches - the one by the door and the one in the battery compartment. These reset the breakers in the Vansco and I can't remember which controls the step. But when my step quits working, I turn both to "off" for about 45 seconds and then back on, and it resets the circuit and we're fine. Only had to do this twice over the last 4 years, but Mike Glazier, when he still worked at WRV, told me to do it and it's worked both times.
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