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Old 04-20-2011, 05:17 AM   #15
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The shop will charge a minimum of a few hours just diagnosing the problem and if you're lucky they won't replace a bunch of parts because that can get expensive quickly. They will evidently get around to wiping the magnets with a rag and fix your problem. Do not let them grease the jack leg. If you ever decide to read the Power Ger thread (with lots of good information) you will find that the biggest problem with working on the jacks is finding a competent shop. Good luck, I wish we could have saved you a trip to the shop.

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Old 04-20-2011, 11:32 PM   #16
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Elkhart, it's ok sometimes you just have to throw in the towel! Haha that forum you sent me has a TON of good stuff on it thank you!!! And you are right I just hope my shop is competent...? :/ I even thought I was doing good it even reset and everything...just instantly went back into error...o well hope the bill isn't too bad and hopefully everything works correctly when it gets back! Thank you for all your help! Can't say that enough around here! Haha

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