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Old 10-06-2011, 05:24 PM   #1
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Power Gear circuit Board

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Can anyone point me in the direction were i can purchase a Power Gear 14-1130 control board.

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Can anyone point me in the direction were i can purchase a Power Gear 14-1130 control board.

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https://www.makariosrv.com/products/...%252d1130.html
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Sorry and wish i could help but i am wondering if you need the board for your leveling system or your slideout. The reason i ask is because i have air leveling only and after sitting for 6 months i went to leave and the power gear touch pad starting blinking and beeping and don't know if i can recalibrate or re-set something. Is that what happened to you?
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Sorry and wish i could help but i am wondering if you need the board for your leveling system or your slideout. The reason i ask is because i have air leveling only and after sitting for 6 months i went to leave and the power gear touch pad starting blinking and beeping and don't know if i can recalibrate or re-set something. Is that what happened to you?
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No i had problems with one of my sides had to swap connects to get it out. Have not had your problem . If you were sitting that long you might need some lube on those shafts.
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Good luck to you Al. Nothing like stress when something goes wrong with these moving homes. Do you mean i need lube on my slifeout shafts, i have never heard of that before.
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Good luck to you Al. Nothing like stress when something goes wrong with these moving homes. Do you mean i need lube on my slifeout shafts, i have never heard of that before.
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No i mean the shafts of your levelers. When you look under your coach with the levelers down you will see chrome shafts a little WD40 or silcone spray will help you must check and see what is the recommended spray for it.
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Call Armondo @352-351-0759 He was very helpful in finding what I needed. He has a huge inventory of new and used Powergear stuff.
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Google search the part number. They're on Ebay and other places, you shouldn't have any problem finding one.
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