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Old 02-04-2006, 02:04 PM   #1
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I want to thank everyone for their input on my problems with my jacks. I got the solution from Power Gear tech department. On this unit where you have hydraulic slide outs and jacks together, you must have a good ground between the pump and the frame. The fasteners they use at the factory are self threading screws. They worked loose. I replaced mine with 3/8ths nuts and bolts. I put a separate copper wire from the mount of the pump to the frame and that took care of my problem. This type of unit operates with a pressure switch.
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I want to thank everyone for their input on my problems with my jacks. I got the solution from Power Gear tech department. On this unit where you have hydraulic slide outs and jacks together, you must have a good ground between the pump and the frame. The fasteners they use at the factory are self threading screws. They worked loose. I replaced mine with 3/8ths nuts and bolts. I put a separate copper wire from the mount of the pump to the frame and that took care of my problem. This type of unit operates with a pressure switch.
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Old 02-05-2006, 04:32 AM   #3
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Thanks for the follow-up, Donald. I see this problem reported fairly often, so now I will know how to respond to it.
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