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Old 01-13-2016, 05:31 PM   #1
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Stair Entry Steps (Powered)

My stair steps have quit functioning on my Allegro Red 34QFA. Previously, I had to shim the door switch to obtain better switch to door contact. This helped for a while. Now the steps have a mind of their own and go in and out or stay locked in. I have purchased a “LCI Step Control Module Part #164889”. Once it quits raining I will attempt to replace the module. Is there any calibration required when installing the new module? If so what?
Thanks for anyone’s input…
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Don't know if this applies to your step but Lippert just issued a Safety Recall: Lippert to Recall 47,350 Coach Step Electric Entry Steps
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Old 01-13-2016, 08:15 PM   #3
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Before you replace the module, check the switch.
This would be the silver push button switch in the door frame.

The switch is open when the door is closed.
This lets the contacts oxidize, and there is no wiping action to clean them.

Unscrew the two screws and pull the switch from the frame.
Use a jumper wire or shaft of a screwdriver and short the two terminals. This should make the steps extend.

You can take the switch apart and clean/lube the contacts.

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