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Old 07-26-2017, 10:32 AM   #1
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2006 Holiday Rambler Neptune inside stair cover does not extend. You can her power going to the motor. But nothing happens. Looking from underneath, can't see anything. No fuses are blown, you can here the motor click when switch is depressed. Can't manually pull out the step. Any ideas?
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This older post may help you.
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Is it the step cover or the steps?
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"NavyChief200"....I posted in the link above, years ago. The info is still good. You may need a small magnet, like the small screwdriver with one on the end to find the two screws. A stud finder may also find the two screws or get you close. Once removed, you can access the underside.
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My husband just went through this on our 2007 Beaver Contessa come to find out there is a belt on the motor and it was broke, he replaced the vely for 32.00 and works fine it took about 6hrs to take apart and put back together
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stuck step cover

Got it fixed last night. Had to remove the carpet from the front od the step. Held in place with a hundred staples. The screws were under the carpet. Everything looked ok, so I worked the worm gear a little each way and poof. It now works. Placed the wood panel and stapled the carpet back and all is well. Just a stuck worm gear.
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Got it fixed last night. Had to remove the carpet from the front od the step. Held in place with a hundred staples. The screws were under the carpet. Everything looked ok, so I worked the worm gear a little each way and poof. It now works. Placed the wood panel and stapled the carpet back and all is well. Just a stuck worm gear.

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