Fleetwood Terra 2014, Loft Bed Doesnít Lock in Stored Position
Today while getting ready to move my 2014 Fleetwood Terra 35K, the loft bed slowly descended to sleeping position.
We had used the Terra since Friday, lowered the bed into the sleeping position without problem.
Monday I raise the loft bed into the storage position, but it didnít lock in the raised position. After less than two minutes the loft bed began to fall back to the sleeping position.
I raised and lowered the bed several times and noticed there was an electrical sound coming from the motor once the bed was fully raised. I also found some loose wires that I hadnít noticed before near the loft motor that were mounted in the cabinet above the driverís seat, the cabinet to the left of the driver, not in front of the driver.
This is the first time Iíve had trouble with the loft bed lowering on its own.
I bought the rig used last spring with 1500 miles, really, used three times, and then the couple divorced in 2019. My luck.
Basically itís new, not used by the previous owner because they bought a lake house after going out the three times. This is one of those stories you canít make up.
I tried to find a YouTube video, but only found one from Thor.
The thing is I donít have a loft bed manufacturerís oem manual, nor do I see where a safety pin like the Thor video showed is to be installed. I didnít have any safety pin when I bought it, nor did I have any problems until now with the bed lowering by itself.
Going on vacation next week to the Outer Banks, need help.
Oh, Iím going to REV Thursday, but would like any help before then. Iím camping out till Wednesday after I get off Tuesday.