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Old 10-20-2007, 01:51 PM   #1
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I Have the model 200 Joy Stick type and lots of times I can not get the front to work. Pushing the joystick forward does nothing. If I keep messing with it it will work. I called HWH and was told to spray it with some air to clean it out.This worked once now its doing it more often.
Call HWH and we agreed to clean or replace the sensor plate. Its the thing with the 4 screws under the joy stick.
I ordered a new one but forgot to ask how the joy stick comes out and its Friday
Any Ideas??????????

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Old 10-20-2007, 01:51 PM   #2
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I Have the model 200 Joy Stick type and lots of times I can not get the front to work. Pushing the joystick forward does nothing. If I keep messing with it it will work. I called HWH and was told to spray it with some air to clean it out.This worked once now its doing it more often.
Call HWH and we agreed to clean or replace the sensor plate. Its the thing with the 4 screws under the joy stick.
I ordered a new one but forgot to ask how the joy stick comes out and its Friday
Any Ideas??????????

Thanks Tcloud
Don and Barb
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Old 10-27-2007, 05:13 AM   #3
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Old 10-27-2007, 05:19 AM   #4
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Don, I linked your thread to the Motorhome Problem Forum where more folks will see it.
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I have also had problems with my 210 unit. Fortunately for me, my problem was an two fold.
First the connections to the board under the joystick were not seated. I did take them off and sprayed the connection with tuner spray. The second problem was some of the rubber from the
top plate had gotten under the joystick. I cleared the area with some can air. Once back together they worked fine. I have since discovered this is now something I check on a regular basis.
Checking the plugs were at the suggestion of my wife. And once agin she was right.
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Old 11-04-2007, 06:30 PM   #7
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Yes, remove the joystick cover plate and clean the three contacts on the circuit board, but also inspect the "pogo stick" springs to make sure they are not broken nor bent. These tiny, fragile springs, which resemble the larger springs in ballpoint pins, must be in good working order for the contacts to "make". Then make sure the cover plate screws tighten securely so the contacts will "make". It is good to do this annually for preventive maintenance. Just don't leave the contacts damaged by your PM work.
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Old 11-28-2007, 04:43 AM   #8
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I have removed the cover plate and the balls on the knobs. The wire lead that connects to the contact plate. The 1 of the pins or wires that come out of the contact plate has a crack in one of them.
It I wiggle this I can get the jack to work.
I have a new contact plate and wire harness but I can't get the bell under the joy stick shaft off and the contact plate will not fit over it.
I called HWH and was told the hole the shaft and undo the bell. We I did this and the shaft came out of the bell,but I still need to remove the bell.
Someone said I may have to take all the hoses off and remove the whole box.

Anyone??????????

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Tcloud7;

I had a similar problem on a 97 Adventure. When the control unit was installed the top plate was installed over the carpeting. I took a rat file and filed the slots at each end to increase the travel. That solved the problem.

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Got it fixed. Thanks for the help. Its so nice to have them working right.

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What did you do to get it fixed? Thanks, H
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Old 12-05-2007, 03:58 AM   #12
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Hi Harvey.
Under the Joy Stick is a Contact Plate with 2 wires going to it.
The shaft of the Joy Stick screws into a Bell(steel)that makes contact with the contact plate to make the Jacks work.
To get to the contact plate off you need to remove the shaft and Bell because the contact plate will not fit over the Bell.
First you have to unscrew the shaft out of the Nylon washer thats in the top of the Bell,then you unscrew the the Nylon Washer out of the Bell.
After you have the Nylon washer out you take an allen wrench and unscrew a plug. This will take the bell off so you can get to the contact plate.
Then its just 4 screws and 2 wires to remove the plate and put the new one on.
Plate costs about $6.00 from HWH.
Thanks to HWH. I hope this will help others.

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