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Old 03-07-2011, 12:48 AM   #1
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Attwood Leveleg Jacks

Over the past couple of months I've had multiple malfunctions with my Levelegs. It started with my passenger side rear jack not retracting and the green and red flashing lights of Hell. I did get the jack up and then the driver side rear kept clutching. Yesterday, I remove the jack and opened the motor. There was black crud inside from the brush debries and the grease that had been put on the commutator. I could not distinguish the seperations on the commutator. I cleaned off the commutator and all the curd I could see and put it back together again. After looking a lot on the internet, I chose to not reapply any grease to the commutator. After reinstallation, I ran through an auto cycle and no problems.
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I'll update later. RetPay had it right in his post.
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Old 03-12-2011, 04:39 PM   #2
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The other day I did remove the other rear jack and it looked fine. Again I cycled through the auto down and up with no problems.
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