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hartlenb 07-17-2021 03:21 PM

Overhead bunk not working?
 
The bunk is a Lippert Components Project 2000 ProBedLifting bunk. It's in the up/stowed position. Power is on to the switch (green light), the switch is turned on & the seat belt safety is unlocked. No sound, no movement. Anyone have any experience they can share on fixing these things?

Elwood58 07-17-2021 03:29 PM

Assume your ignition is off?

hartlenb 07-18-2021 07:34 AM

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Originally Posted by Elwood58 (Post 5835602)
Assume your ignition is off?

Yes. Ignition is off.

5winds 07-19-2021 01:34 PM

Hi, Not sure if this applies, Did the bunk settle onto the safety pins in the tracks, possibly blowing fuse or causing motor overheat....

triplewide 07-19-2021 05:35 PM

Can you locate the controller? My 2016 Miramar is in the overhead cabinet above the driver's seat. Does it indicate (light up) power is present? If not, probably blown fuse. There are input (12 volt) terminals on the control board, check there for power. Fuse location is unknown to me. Of course make sure ignition is off, bunk lock key is in on position and locking pins are removed. Lippert web site has info on the flashing self diagnosis led on my controller, maybe yours too.

hartlenb 07-24-2021 10:02 AM

Thanks for the pointersÖ. The motor was hot to the touch so I unplugged it and let it cool down. The next day I plugged it back in and itís working. Not sure what the problem was but Iíll watch it for now and try to be ready if/when it reoccurs.

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Originally Posted by triplewide (Post 5838482)
Can you locate the controller?Ö. Lippert web site has info on the flashing self diagnosis led on my controller, maybe yours too.

The motor and controls are in the same place as yours, but I donít see a controller. Iíll take a closer look the next couple days (in anticipation of the problem reoccurring).


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