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Replacement 6-Amp Auto Reset Breaker for Lippert Components Power Stabilizer Jack

Replacement 6-Amp Auto Reset Breaker for Lippert Components Power Stabilizer Jack

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Replaces the 6-amp auto-reset breaker for your Lippert Components power stabilizer jack (LC337199). Call 800-298-8924 to order Lippert Components accessories and parts part number LC134181 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Lippert Components products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Replacement 6-Amp Auto Reset Breaker for Lippert Components Power Stabilizer Jack. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Lippert Components Accessories and Parts - LC134181

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Replaces the 6-amp auto-reset breaker for your Lippert Components power stabilizer jack (LC337199).


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  • Replaces the 6-amp auto-reset breaker for your Lippert Components power stabilizer jack (LC337199)
  • Quantity: 1 replacement 6-amp breaker


134181 Replacement 6-Amp Auto Reset Breaker for LCI Power Stabilizer Jack






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Replacement 6-Amp Auto Reset Breaker for Lippert Components Power Stabilizer Jack - LC134181

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (11 Customer Reviews)

Replaces the 6-amp auto-reset breaker for your Lippert Components power stabilizer jack (LC337199).

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part that i need thank you! 858519



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This device is working as it should. A device like this either works or does not work. There is not variable to it. This devise works as it should. It took a long time to be delivered but it does work. 850217



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Brought as a share fuse. 847837



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This is a hard to find part. My RV dealer said I needed a new stabilizer motor after it quit working. All I needed was this breaker to get my unit working again. You need to have a spare one in your tool kit. 784685



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Exact Replacement for the Lippert supplied original part. 6 Amp breakers ARE NOT a standard industry item in the automotive world. 722236



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Product arrived promptly and was the needed part. Thanks for your help. 704038



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I replaced the OEM part with this unit. It was 100% compatible and I have experienced no problem since it was replaced. 634246


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1 year later and it is still working well.
Joseph W - 04/23/2020

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Part arrived quickly and was exactly what we needed. This was a difficult part to find on other sites. Thank you! 548535



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With the OEM installation being open and exposed to road salt and other contaminants, my relay burned out way sooner than it should have. Exact match to OEM and returned my stabilizers to service. 548351



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Great customer service, shipping was qu ick. 468868



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This is the exact part I was looking for. It was easy to find and order on the website. 414873


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Ask the Experts about this Lippert Components Accessories and Parts

  • Troubleshooting No Power to Lippert Power Stabilizing Jacks
    In this instance, it's mostly likely either a bad ground wire, or the power wire coming from the battery has been damaged. You'll want to start by using a circuit tester like the # PTW2993 to verify that the jacks are not getting power. If you're not getting power at any of the jacks, you'll want to trace the power wire back to the battery and check for damaged wires. It's unlikely that the ground wires would all be disconnected or loose at the same time, but I do also recommend making...
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  • Where is The 6 Amp Fuse Located On Lippert High Speed Stabilizer Jacks
    I have attached a diagram of the Lippert Components High-Speed Power Stabilizer Jack like part # LC298707. The blue wire from the switch goes to the 6 amp circuit breaker part # LC134181. The red wire from the jack's motor goes to the positive side.
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  • Replacement 6-Amp Auto Reset Breaker for Lippert Electric Jack
    The Replacement 6-Amp Auto Reset Breaker for Lippert Components Power Stabilizer Jack # LC134181 are designed for use with the Lippert Electric Stabilizer Jacks that have switches such as the Lippert Components High-Speed Power Stabilizer Jack - Black Waterproof Switch Kit # LC298707. I would not be able to guarantee any other breaker will work with this jack. If the Lippert jack is what you have, then the reset breaker is exactly what you need; to order one to your home in Canada you...
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  • Replacement 6-Amp Circuit Breaker for Trailer Rear Stabilizer Motor That Functions Intermittently
    A corroded circuit breaker could certainly account for the sporadic operation of your trailer's powered stabilizer jack. So could loose or corroded wiring or connectors. For a new breaker you can use part # LC134181. This is a 6-amp auto-resetting type. Any electrical connections on your trailer can be protected from the elements will typically last longer and perform more reliably. Dielectric grease like # 11755 can provide a degree of protection by blocking entry of water and other...
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  • Troubleshooting Lippert Electric Stabilizer Jack Not Working
    It is possible the Replacement 6-Amp Auto Reset Breaker for Lippert Components Power Stabilizer Jack # LC134181 has gone bad, but it could also be that the motor is pulling too much power from being overloaded and is tripping the breaker in order to protect the motor. I recommend trying to manually extend the jack to see if it has been overextended and then checking the power components again. If you still get not function, I recommend checking your power wires using a circuit tester...
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  • Removing Broken Lippert Electric Stabilizer jacks
    If your Lippert electric stabilizer jacks will not operate via their motors or via the manual crank (which is now broken) I am afraid the only option to let you move the trailer is to remove the damaged rear stabilizer jacks. You will need some method of safely stabilizing the rear of the trailer so that you can unbolt the damaged jack(s) and move the trailer. I understand that your rear jacks are off the ground already but for your safety I urge you to use stands like # UF48-979003...
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  • Testing Circuit Breaker for Lippert Stabilizer Jacks
    Probe the wire before and after the breaker with a circuit tester like part # PTW2993 to see if there is power on one side of it but not on the other. That's the easiest way to test it.
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  • Troubleshooting Lippert Stabilizer Jack No Longer Working
    I really sorry to hear about the trouble you're having with the rear Lippert Stabilizer Jack # LC298707 on your travel trailer. The sporadic operation you're experiencing makes me think there's either an issue with the power source/connection or with a weak ground. The first thing I recommend doing is tracing the power wire all the way to the battery, making sure there aren't any pinched, exposed, or otherwise damaged portions of wire that need to be repaired/replaced. Verify that the...
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  • Troubleshooting Electric Stabilizer Jacks Suddenly Not Working on Trailer
    The fact that the electric stabilizers on your Forest River Super V Trailer failed at the same time leads me to believe that the issue is at the power source. It's very possible that the battery has enough juice to send power to the motors but not enough to actually operate the jacks when under load. This actually isn't terribly uncommon. I highly recommend inspecting your battery to make sure it's fully charged and in good condition. Also check that the power wires are securely attached...
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  • Troubleshooting Power Jacks that Stopped Working After Disconnecting Trailer From Tow Vehicle
    First thing you'll want to do is verify that power is making it to the jack with a circuit tester like part # PTW2993. You'll want to use this to test for voltage on the wires running to the jacks. If none, then that is where you'll need to look to find the issue. If there is power there then it's most likely the ground circuit for the jacks. Jacks commonly ground through mounting hardware so that's a good place to start. You should also try hooking back up to the tow vehicle to see...
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  • Lippert PSX1 RV Stabilizer Motors Not Working When Installed on RV
    I spoke with the folks at Lippert who tell me that your issue sounds like a ground problem. The fact that you can get the motors to operate independently of the coach by directly attaching them to a battery would tend to confirm a poor ground connection. I've provided a wiring diagram for the Lippert PSX1 stabilizer.
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  • Replacement Parts for Lippert Electric Stabilizer Jack
    There are not replacement legs available for the Lippert Components High-Speed Power Stabilizer Jack - White Switch Kit - 30" Lift # LC369774 which is the same as the 198641 you mentioned. You will need to replace the entire unit. The support arm # LC1134122 in yellow or # LC1134121 in black is the only non-electric component able to be separately replaced. The motor # LC138445, circuit breaker # LC134181, and switches # LC144214 or # LC387874 as well as switch housing # LC134025 are...
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  • Wiring Diagram for the Replacement Electric Jack Switch with Harness # LC387874
    Yes, I have attached the wiring diagram of the Replacement Electric Jack Switch with Harness # LC387874 for you to reference. Basically the Blue wire goes to a 6A auto reset breaker, like part # LC134181, which then goes to the positive circuit for extending, the Yellow goes to the positive circuit when retracting, the Red wire goes to the positive battery terminal, and the Black wire goes to the negative battery terminal.
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  • How to Install the Replacement Electric Jack Switch with Harness # LC387874
    I have attached a diagram that demonstrates how the typical wiring will need to be installed for the Replacement Electric Jack Switch with Harness # LC387874 that you referenced. Black Wire - Ground Battery Red Wire - Power Battery (20A Auto Reset Breaker # PK54520 will need to be installed in-line) Yellow Wire (Retract) - Black Motor Wire Blue Wire (Extend) - Red Motor Wire (6A Auto Reset Breaker # LC134181 will also need to be installed here)
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  • Fuse and Breaker Locations on Lippert Power Stabilizer Jack for Forest River Trailer
    On the Lippert Power Stabilizer Jack # LC298707 for your Forest River Evo Trailer Trailer there should be a 20 amp (or higher) fuse/breaker located inline with the red power wire coming from the switch before it reaches the battery. Check to make sure the fuse is in good condition and replace if needed. You can also check the 6 amp auto reset breaker that is located inline with the red wire from the switch that goes to the jack's motor. If you find it needs to be replaced you can use...
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  • Where are Circuit Breakers/Fuses Installed on Lippert Electric Stabilizer Jacks
    The Lippert stabilizer jacks like you have use an 6 amp auto reset circuit breaker and a 20 amp fuse or breaker. If you check out the diagram I attached you'll see how it normally would be wired. For a 20 amp breaker you'd need the part # PK54520 and for a 6 amp breaker part # LC134181. If somehow the motors are bad they are part number # LC138445.
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  • Troubleshooting the Electric Stabilizer Jack on 2012 Thor Ace Not Working
    It sounds like you think you have a switch issue. You can determine if that is the issue by using a circuit tester like # PTW2993 to determine if power is getting past the switch. If not, you know it is the switch. If you are getting power to the motor but it isn't working then you will need to replace the motor. If power isn't getting to the switch then you may have a wiring problem, but it could also be a bad circuit breaker # LC134181. If you need the replacement switch it is...
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  • Is 6 Amp Fuse for Lippert Stabilizer Jack Waterproof
    The 6-amp auto reset breaker included with the Lippert Power Stabilizer Jack # LC298707 (which can also be obtained separately with part # LC134181) will do a good job of resisting damage from the elements but it's not completely waterproof. To ensure a long lifespan of the breaker I do still recommend trying to find a location where it's protected a bit from excess water during storms, etc. Technically you should be able to run common wires like you mentioned as long as you still have...
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  • Can Replacement Lippert Components Power Stabilizer Jack LC298707 Be Installed Using Current Wiring
    Since the Lippert Components Power Stabilizer Jack # LC298707 is a direct replacement for your 337199 Lippert Jack it will be compatible with your current wiring. This comes with a new switch and breaker part # LC387874 for the switch and part # LC134181 for the 6 amp Auto Breaker.
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  • Will the Switch be Included With the Lippert Components Power Stabilizer Jack # LC298707
    The Lippert Components Power Stabilizer Jack, # LC298707, only includes the jack assembly, motor, and wiring coming off the jack's motor. The Lippert Electric Jack Switch with Harness for Lippert Components High Speed Stabilizer Jacks, # LC387874, is the confirmed switch needed to install the electrical components of this Lippert jack. Lippert also recommends wiring 6 Amp Auto Reset Breaker, # LC134181, between the switch and the jack's motor. I have attached a diagram that shows...
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  • Does the Lippert Components Power Stabilizer Jack Part # LC387874 Include a Switch
    The Lippert Components Power Stabilizer Jack part # LC298707 does include a power switch. If you ever need to replace the switch, I recommend using the Lippert Electric Jack Switch with Harness for Lippert Components High Speed Stabilizer Jacks part # LC387874 as this is the confirmed switch needed to activate the jack. Lippert also recommends wiring a 6 Amp Auto Reset Breaker part # LC134181 between the switch and the jack's motor. I have attached a diagram that shows the typical...
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  • How to Wire Lippert Replacement Electric Jack Switch # LC387874
    There will be 4 wires coming from the Lippert Replacement Electric Jack Switch # LC387874 that you are looking at. The blue wire from the switch will go to a 6 amp breaker like # LC134181 that is installed between the switch and jack motor. This will go to the positive circuit on the jack when it is extending. The yellow wire will go to positive circuit when retracting. The red wire will go to the positive battery terminal and the black wire will go to the negative terminal for ground....
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  • Installing Replacement Electric Jack Switch for Lippert High Speed Stabilizer Jacks
    The Electric Jack Switch with Harness for Lippert Stabilizer Jacks # LC387874 referenced in your question will have 4 wires coming from the unit. The blue wire from the switch will go to a 6 Amp Auto Reset Breaker # LC134181 that will be installed between the switch and the jack motor. The yellow wire will be connected to the black wire coming from the stabilizer jack. The red wire will go to the positive battery terminal and the black wire will go to the negative terminal for ground....
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