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Old 01-26-2016, 04:40 AM   #1
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Hydraulic jacks

Have a problem with my jacks they would not retract, checked all fuses and anything I could think of. I removed the control panel and attached the jumper as per manual for emergency retract, and the jacks went up.
It appears to me it is the control panel needs to be replaced.
Anyone else had this problem
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Old 01-26-2016, 09:06 AM   #2
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Yes save mine woudl not go down.. I forget the outragous price for a new control panel... I wound up making a manual panal that works 100% and should have a mean time between failure greater than my life span.
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The panel on mine was bad when I bought it (the dealer replaced it). From what he and his service guy said it sounds like it's quite common for the panels to go bad.
I didn't pay for it, so I can't say for SURE, but he told me it was a $400 panel.
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