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  • How to Pick Out Landing Gear for 2002 Skyline Nomad Model 237
  • In order to pick out a direct replacement for the landing gear on your Jayco we would need to know the distance between the mounting brackets. Otherwise you could just have the brackets removed from your trailer by a qualified welder and then install the brackets that come with the Bulldog Tandem Landing Gear Set # BD500162. Either way this landing gear set would work well for you, you just might have to have the brackets of your trailer removed and then install the brackets of the # BD500162. I...
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  • Could Bulldog Landing Gear # BD500162 Fit 2006 Raptor Camper
  • The Bulldog landing gear set part # BD500162 that you mentioned is designed to fit the standard landing gear dimensions so it should work well. I attached a picture that shows the dimensions that this landing gear set would fit with. The jacks would be the correct replacement for Lippert, Venture, and Atwood landing gear, as well as those from a few other manufacturers. The sure way to tell is that if the distance between the mounting brackets (underside of top bracket to top of...
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  • Will Lippert Powered A-Frame Jack # LC285318 Replace Jack # 1827941
  • Sounds like you have an older Lippert powered A-frame jack 1827941 and are looking to see if the Lippert powered A-frame jack part # LC285318 that you referenced would fit as a replacement. The answer is yes, it would fit and work well as a replacement.
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  • Electric Stabilizer Jacks for a 2018 Dutchmen Endurance 3556
  • We have not yet test fit the Lippert Components High-Speed Power Stabilizer Jack part # LC298707 on a 2018 Dutchmen Endurance 3556 therefore, in order to determine fit you will need to measure the distance between the two frame rails on center. They will need to be 68-11/16" apart or close in order for this system to work for you. If they are not then the only option we have is the Ultra-Fab Power Twin II Electric Stabilizer part # UF39-941705 which will fit trailers with frame rails between...
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  • Compatibility of King Pin Tripod Stabilizer on Elite Suite 5th Wheel with Landing Gear Failure
  • The Ultra-Fab Economy 5th Wheel King Pin Tripod Stabilizer - Steel - 31" to 54" - 5,000 lbs # UF19-950500 is rated for king pin weight up to 5,000 lbs. If you know your weight will not surpass that, it will give you stabilization but it is not intended to be used as an independent jack. A better option is to use your truck and hitch to be that support while the line is being replaced. This tripod is intended as a stabilizer to minimize movement of your trailer while using the landing...
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  • Replacement Hard Cover Needed for a 3,500 lb RAM A-Frame Trailer Jack
  • Thank you for the picture! It looks like you have the 3,500 lb RAM jack # EJ-3520-BBX. For this the replacement cover is part # EJ-3520-BCV.
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  • Replacement Cover for RAM 3,500 lb Electric A-Frame Jack
  • If your RAM jack has the same design as the 3,500 lb etrailer.com jack # EJ-3520-BBX (a rebranded RAM jack), then the replacement cover is part # EJ-3520-BCV on our site.
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  • Recommended Gooseneck Tripod Stabilizer for Reese Goose Box Adapter on 5th Wheel Trailer
  • I recommend the Ultra-Fab Gooseneck Trailer Tripod Stabilizer # UF19-950400 for your Goose Box Pin Box stabilization when camping. This stabilizer is aluminum so it only weighs just 15 lbs but it is rated to help stabilize up to 1,200 lbs. It is adjustable from 33 to 43 inches so it will work well with your Goose Box. If additional height is needed, I recommend using Leg Extensions for Ultra-Fab Tripod Stabilizers - Aluminum - 8" - Qty 3 # UF19-950202.
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  • Where to Connect Manual Crank on Lippert Jack
  • The manual crank # LC285324 is inserted into the top of the head unit for the Lippert Electric Trailer Jack # LC285318. You first need to remove the rubber plug to gain access to the attachment point (see attached photo).
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  • Atwood Leveleg Jack Transmission Replacement
  • Atwood is no longer making parts as they were bought out. Lippert Components did buy the landing gear portion of that company and they are giving you the correct replacement part number for your system and we do not carry that part. I can definitely understand the frustration with a system that is still fairly new and yet no longer available and wish there were something I could do to help. The Leveleg system has been discontinued as Lippert proceeds with their Ground Control 3.0 system...
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  • Replacement Lippert Stabilizer Jack for Rear of Trailer
  • The Lippert Components High-Speed Power Stabilizer Jack - 30" Lift # LC337199 comes with the motor already attached and you can utilize the same wiring and switch already on your trailer. You don't need to replace the front jack to use this for the rear jack. This will be 2x as fast as the other version so it will move faster than your front jack. If you want them to move simultaneously then you will need to replace both or at least replace the other motor with # LC352338.
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  • Troubleshooting LCI Ground Control External Sensor Error Code2015 Jayco Pinnacle
  • I spoke with my contact at Lippert and this is what they sent me about the external sensor issue you have: External sensor error means there is an issue with the rear leveling sensor. This will be located 2-3 foot behind the rearmost axle. There may be an access panel in the underbelly, or there may not. Typically this error is due to a bad connection to the sensor or the sensor itself is bad.
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  • Electric Tongue Jack for Jayco JayFlight A-Frame Travel Trailer
  • A tongue jack like etrailer electric A-frame model # EJ-3520-BBX never has to lift the entire weight of a trailer, only the trailer's tongue weight, so this 3500-lb jack will be a great choice for a trailer with a gross weight of 7700-lbs. If that is the unloaded dry weight then I would recommend a jack with a higher weight rating of 5000-lbs, such as the Husky Super Brute Electric Trailer Jack with Wireless Remote # HT82022. This advanced jack has a low-friction ball-and-screw design...
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  • Husky Brute Electric Jack Manual Crank Handle Recommendation
  • Yes, we do offer the manual replacement override crank part # 87639 for the Husky Brute powered jacks like the part # HT87247.
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  • Troubleshooting External Sensor Error on Lippert Level Up
  • I spoke with my contact at Lippert and this is what they sent me about the external sensor issue you have: External sensor error means there is an issue with the rear leveling sensor. This will be located 2-3 foot behind the rearmost axle. There may be an access panel in the underbelly, or there may not. Typically this error is due to a bad connection to the sensor or the sensor itself is bad. I attached a picture of what the sensor looks like in the second picture. The first picture...
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  • Difference Between Manual and Electric Landing Gear
  • The biggest difference between manual landing gear like Stromberg Carlson Manual Landing Gear # LG-183708 and electric landing gear like Ultra-Fab Deluxe Electric Landing Gear Set # UF17-943010 is convenience, and that would easily be the biggest pro in terms of electric landing gear and the cranking you would have to do is, of course, the largest con to manual landing gear. The only other factor that could be considered a pro or con is the price; in general electric landing gear is...
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  • Control Module Replacement for Lippert Ground Control Leveling System on 1996 Bounder
  • If the leveling system you have on your trailer is a Lippert 6 point Ground Control unit I was able to find the replacement control module you are seeking and it is # LC346005. This is the proper replacement for the Lippert Ground Control 3.0 Electric 5th Wheel RV Leveling System w Touchpad and Remote - 6-Point Set # LC675817.
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  • Recommended Electric Trailer Tongue Jack for 2014 Winnebago Minnie 1801FB
  • For your 2014 Winnebago Minnie 1801FB, I recommend the Electric Jack w/ Footplate - A-Frame - 25-1/8" Lift - 3.5K - Black # EJ-3520-BBX. This jack is a great option for your trailer and will not only give you the electric motor so you won't need to crank, but also will give you a drop leg for even faster function. I've attached a couple videos to further assist. If you like the look of the Ultra-Fab # UF38-944017 you asked this question from, that is also a really nice option. That...
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  • Can Trailer Legs Tire Saver Stands 326-TRLLG-4 Be Used on Tandem Axle Mallard Travel Trailer
  • The USA-made TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands # 326-TRLLG-4 are safe to use on your 20-foot tandem axle Fleetwood Mallard travel trailer. Since the axles are always supporting the trailer's weight anyway there is no issue using these stands to both protect your tires from flat spots and to better stabilize your trailer. Since the stands are about 8-times more rigid than your trailer's tires, they will also make moving around within the trailer at your campsite a less shaky activity. If...
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  • Is Outer Tube for Lippert Electric Jack # LC285318 Available as a Replacement
  • If the outer tube is damaged so that your Lippert Electric Jack # LC285318 cannot operate properly then you unfortunately will need to replace the whole jack. I confirmed this with my contact at Lippert.
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  • Troubleshooting Blinking Light and Nothing Working on TL4500 Electric Camper Jack
  • We do not currently carry the TL4500 model jack you mentioned but if the ground is good and your battery is fully charged then there is likely a short somewhere on the wiring that is causing the issue you're having. I recommend simply inspecting the jack's wiring for any damaged, pinched, or exposed sections that need to be replaced. You can also remove the housing to inspect the switch wiring or to see if any water might have found its way inside that could be causing the short. If...
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  • Troubleshooting Lippert Ground Control Trailer Jacks that Won't Retract
  • It could be a loose wiring connection or corrosion, or you could have a damaged wire. You can check out the attached wiring drawing to see what you can check to try and find the problem. To correct the system errors I have attached the chart that explains what needs to be done to fix the errors. The error message you got should have additional words like "Excessive Angle" or "Low Voltage". I have also attached the instructions and a chart for clearing Special Jack codes like "LF Jack".
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  • Replacement Foot Pads for Lippert Ground Control 3.0
  • The replacement foot pads for the Lippert Ground Control 3.0 # LC675817 (6-Point Set) or # LC358590 (4-Point Set) are different; the Replacement Rear Foot Pad # LC377962 has a circular receiver tube and the Replacement Front Foot Pad # LC362486 has a square receiver tube. Since you have the 6-point system and said you lost the left middle I believe you need the Front Foot Pad # LC362486.
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  • How to Determine Middle Jack Placement of Lippert Ground Control 3.0
  • I spoke with a representative of Lippert concerning the installation of the middle jacks on your Lippert Ground Control 3.0 - 6-Point Set # LC675817 and was told that there is not a set distance. What you will need to do is run a string line like in the directions (see accompanying photo) and the middle jacks when retracted must be above that line. So depending on the measurement of that string it might be possible for you to mount the middle jacks 48 inches forward. I also asked about...
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  • Replacement Circuit Breaker for Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack HB4500
  • The reset switch you referred to on the Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack part # HT87247 is a 30 amp circuit breaker with a manual reset feature. In order to replace this you could use pretty much any 30 amp circuit breaker like at a local automotive store but I recommend the Circuit Breaker part # PK54230PL because it has an auto-reset feature as the name states will automatically reset once the short is fixed. Once you cut the wires from the old switch you can then attach them to the...
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  • Cover for Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack # HT87247
  • Yes, for the Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack # HT87247 we have the Ultra-Fab Protective Cover # UF38-944026 that works perfectly. The cover will slip right over the jack and secure with drawstrings. This will do a great job of protecting the motor from the elements. I have attached a short video demonstration on the cover that you can also check out.
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  • Has the 5-Point Electric Ground Control TT # LC672136 Received Good Feedback
  • The Electric Ground Control TT Automatic 5-Point Travel Trailer Leveling System # LC672136 is actually pretty new and we currently don't have any customer reviews on it (as of October 2018). However, this is the travel trailer version of the Lippert Ground Control 3.0 # LC358590 which is very popular and we have heard that customers love the system. Since the travel trailer version is an adaptation of the Ground Control I am confident that you will be very pleased with how well this...
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  • Chirping Noise from Touch Pad on Lippert Ground Control 3.0
  • It sounds like you have checked for power from the controller to the touch pad and then from the touchpad onward but have you checked how much power the controller is receiving? In order to do this you would first need to remove the trailer from shore power and then turn on a fan to clear the surface charge. Once the surface charge is cleared you would then need to check to see how much power the controller is receiving from the house battery. It should be at least 12 volts. If it dips...
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  • How to Clear Error Code for Lippert Hydraulic Auto Leveling Jacks
  • I spoke with my contact at Lippert and they told me to pass this on to you: Have the customer push enter and retract at the same time to see if it will clear the error from the screen. If it does not then the customer would be looking at replacing the control module.
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  • Powered A-Frame Jack Recommendation for 2006 21foot Ameri Lite by Gulfstream
  • Powered A-frame jacks have weight ratings that are based on the amount of tongue weight they can lift and are often way overrated for the trailers they are installed on. For example the Ultra Fab powered jack part # UF38-944017 that you referenced has a lifting capacity of 3,500 lb which would easily be enough for your trailer that weighs 3,600 lbs and most likely has a tongue weight of 360 lbs. My favorite powered jack to recommend is the Husky Jack part # HT87247 as it has bearings...
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  • Will Lippert Ground Control 3.0 Work on Forest River Vengeance Toy Hauler
  • The Lippert Ground Control 3.0 # LC675817 will absolutely work with your 2013 Forest River Vengeance 399V toy hauler that has a GVWR of 18,000 lbs. The Ground Control 3.0 will give you a very easy way to consistently level your trailer with a simple press of a button. You can use its touchscreen remote and touchpad to both level the trailer and return the trailer to its previous height when you are ready to hitch up again. I have added a link to a video review of this stabilizing...
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  • Expanding 4-Point Lippert Ground Control 3.0 Leveling System to 6-Point System
  • The control pad of your 4-point system # LC358590 will still work just fine according to my tech contact at Lippert to expand to the 6-point system. You will not need a complete system replacement, but you will need the Replacement Control Module for Lippert Ground Control 3.0 Electric 5th Wheel RV Leveling System # LC346005, the wiring harnesses # LC347013 and # LC347012 to go from the controller to the new middle legs, and then of course the middle legs. For those middle legs you...
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  • Replacement Electric Stabilizer Jack Dimensions for Front and Back of RV
  • The mounting hole spacing is 68-11/16" from center-hole to center-hole for the Lippert Components High-Speed Power Stabilizer Jack - 30" Lift # LC337199. This stabilizer is the same unit used for the other Lippert stabilizers we carry that come with switches of different types like # LC298707 you asked the question from. This is the standard Lippert size for their aftermarket stabilizer jacks. There is not a different size for the front or rear. I've linked the page to all your options...
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  • What Does Husky Super Brute Electric Trailer Jack # HT82022 Weigh
  • The Husky Super Brute Electric Trailer Jack # HT82022 that you referenced weighs 31 lbs. It has a lifting capacity of 5,000 lbs.
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  • Is Lippert Ground Control 2.0 System Compatible with 3.0 Motor and Leg?
  • The Lippert 2.0 system is not compatible with the motors on the 3.0 system. The 3.0 system uses electric motors that utilize the hall effect where the 2.0 system does not. This is a completely different design which makes the motor and legs incompatible with the controller and wiring of the 2.0 system. You will need to upgrade your system if you desire that style as your system has been replaced. For the 2.0 system we have the Replacement Heavy-Duty Landing Gear Jack Leg for Ground...
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  • Will the Stromberg Carlson Jack # JET-3755 Work with the Lippert # LC429756 Bike Rack
  • Yes! The Stromberg Carlson Electric Trailer Jack # JET-3755 is compatible with the Lippert # LC429756 that you referenced and it does measure the 8-1/2" when retracted. You could potentially use a caster wheel like part # PS1400750340 but this would cut your tongue weight from 3,500 lbs down to 1,200 lbs. All of our caster and wheel sets have a much lower weight rating so to retain the 3,500 lb tongue weight rating you will need to keep the foot pad. I recommend using the Ultra-Fab...
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  • Maintenance/Grease Schedule for Lippert Ground Control Leveling Jack System
  • I was able to find the service manual for the Lippert Ground Control 3.0 # LC358590 and found in that where Lippert recommends if the jacks are down for extended periods, it is recommended to spray exposed leveling jack tubes with lubricant every 3 months for protection. If you happen to be in a salty environment it is recommended to spray the rods every month. I also spoke to my contact at Lippert and he told me that you can use a white lithium grease like # L10308 on the gears, but...
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  • Does the Stabil-Step Stabilizer Jack # JSS-7 Have to be Installed on the Step with Mounting Hardware
  • The Stabil-Step Stabilizer Jack # JSS-7 would just be placed under your step. You can use the holes you are looking at to mount this to a board for extra stability if you would like. Attached is a picture that a customer sent in where they mounted a board to the bottom for a greater surface area.
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  • Replacement Fuse for the Stromberg Carlson Electric A-Frame Tongue Jack # JET-2500
  • Yes, the Stromberg Carlson Electric A-Frame Tongue Jack # JET-2500 does have a 30A fuse as you can see from the attached parts picture. If you need to replace this fuse then you can use part # UF17-101066 on our site. Another possibility is that the power wire to your battery is damaged or the battery itself is drained. Both of those options would be worth looking into as well. To raise the tongue of your trailer (lower the jack leg) you need to turn the handle clockwise. If you are...
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  • Control Panel for Lippert Ground Control 3.0 Not Displaying
  • If the control panel for your Lippert Ground Control 3.0 Electric 5th Wheel RV Leveling System # LC358590 is not displaying properly try unplugging it and keeping it unplugged for about 5 minutes so the residual power drains from the unit. After this plug it back in and this should resolve the issue of the display not working properly. If it does not you will need to replace it with the Replacement Auto Level Control Panel for Lippert Ground Control Leveling System # LC234802.
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  • Can Forest River R-Pod 180 Travel Trailer Use Electric Stabilizer Jacks
  • Smaller and lighter camper trailers like your R-Pod 180 typically do not have electric stabilizer jacks but instead use manual scissor type jacks. The main reasons are ground clearance, weight and power consumption. The manual scissor jacks typically need less ground clearance than electric ones and they add much less weight to your towing system. They also do not deplete precious battery power. Ram 2500-lb manual jack # TJSC-24, for example, has a retracted height of only 5-inches and...
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  • Troubleshooting Lippert Stabilizer Jack that Operates Randomly on its own
  • It sounds like you have a short on the wiring for your Lippert Stabilizer Jack, like part # LC298707. I spoke with my contact at Lippert who said that the wires on the switch for the extend/retract operations are likely touching which is causing your jack to randomly operate. Check your wiring between the motor, switch, and your battery for any places where the wiring is exposed or damaged and replace as necessary. This should fix your problem and allow your jack to operate normally again.
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  • Brophy Truck Bed Camper Jacks Compatibility with Dually Truck
  • The Brophy Cable Camper Jacks - 57" Max Lift Height - 3,000 lbs - Qty 2 # CJ41 would require two sets of jacks to lift your 4,500 lb truck bed camper and that application will absolutely work. The issue is the dually rear axle will cause that fender to stick out and that is problematic for these jacks. I reached out to the manufacturer and they can't confirm the fit of your Arctic Fox 1150 and Ram dually truck with this system. The poles are very close to the bed rails and the compatibility...
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  • Does Electric Ground Control TT Level Trailer on Uneven Ground
  • The Electric Ground Control TT Automatic 5-Point Travel Trailer Leveling System # LC672136 does not require your trailer to be on perfectly even ground to level it. That said a 12 inch drop from one side to the other would not allow the jacks to level your trailer because the rear jacks have a maximum of 12 inches of travel while the A-frame jack has 18 inches of travel. Trying to level at an angle which is too steep would get you an "Excessive Angle" error message. This system is designed...
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  • How to Manually Override Jacks on Lippert Ground Control 3.0
  • I have added a cut out from the manual of the Lippert Ground Control 3.0 # LC675817 which details how to manually override the jacks. Additionally you can still extend or retract the jacks if you have an error code by pressing and holding "Retract All" on the control touch pad. The only instances in which they would not be cleared are if the control pad has these error codes: HALL POWER SHORT, BAD CALIBRATION and EXTERNAL SENSOR. According to the manual, if the jacks are not auto-leveling...
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  • Wiring For Lippert Components High-Speed Power Stabilizer Jack
  • I assume you are asking about wiring the switch of the Lippert Components High-Speed Power Stabilizer Jack # LC369774. For this, please refer to the accompanying cutout I added; your jack uses Switch # LC144214 so as the diagram makes clear, the black wire is retract, the green wire is extend, the white will likely be ground and red will then be power.
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  • How Does Ultra Fab Jack part # UF38-944017 Operate Manually
  • I attached a picture that shows how you'd manually operate the Ultra Fab jack part # UF38-944017 if you needed to. Basically you'd just need a 9/16 socket and ratchet and you'd be set.
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  • What Does Out of Stroke Error for Lippert Ground Control Jacks Mean
  • Have you tried putting wood blocks under the jack to see if the issue is just that the jacks are too high? Normally out of stroke means the jacks basically are topped out and can't extend far enough to level the trailer.
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  • How to Pick Out Landing Gear for 2005 Keystone Everest 293P
  • In order to pick out a direct replacement for the landing gear on your trailer we would need to know the distance between the mounting brackets. Otherwise you could just have the brackets removed from your trailer by a qualified welder and then install the brackets that come with the Bulldog Tandem Landing Gear Set # BD500161 that you referenced. This would be a great option for your 2005 Keystone Everest 293P. Either way this landing gear set would work well for you, you just might have...
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  • Screw Locations for Removing Cover on Lippert Electric Trailer Jack # LC285318
  • To remove the housing unit on your Lippert Electric Trailer Jack # LC285318 it looks like there should be the 4 screws that you removed plus an additional 2 screws under the rubber plug next to the manual override nut. Once you remove the 2 additional screws you should be able to easily remove the cover.
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  • Replacement Electric Landing Gear for Horse Trailer
  • Sorry to hear your system broke and there aren't replacement parts available for your horse trailer. The Bulldog Velocity Series Electric Landing Gear Jack - 24" Lift - 12,000 lbs # BD185400 is a good replacement for your discontinued and broken system. It will simply bolt right on to your trailer so it can utilize the 12V power you already have run. It is able to lift 12,000 lbs and lifts 20 inches in 60 seconds. Another great option for you is the Bulldog Square Jack - Drop Leg...
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  • Can Motor for Rear Ground Control 3.0 Jack be Rotated to Avoid Contact with Slide on Jayco Eagle
  • That is an interesting question that I think would work but when I spoke with my contact at Lippert he said that he can't really recommend doing that as it may mess with some internal components on your Lippert Ground Control 3.0 # LC358590 jack. Instead what you can try doing is simply swapping out your rear jacks so that the motor for your left rear location will be oriented as you referenced. My contact at Lippert said that this should work you will just need to keep track of how...
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  • Changing Mounting Direction of Electric Jack so Tailgate Won't Make Contact
  • The Lippert Electric Trailer Jack with Footplate # LC285318 has been modified by some customers to do just what you stated, but according to my contact at Lippert it will void the warranty. Another options that will allow you to rotate the head to the side without voiding your warranty is by rotating the jack at the mounting holes where it bolts to the coupler. Rotating the jack mounting position will not cause any issue other than the LED light facing in a different direction but that...
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  • Troubleshooting Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack That is Clicking
  • If your Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack # HT87247 is only making a clicking noise and you have checked the power source there are a couple of other issues that may be occurring. Start by checking your ground connection to ensure it is secured to a clean, bare metal surface free of any type of paint or corrosion. The other issue may be that you have a bad switch that needs replacing and the correct replacement for the Husky # HT87247 is the Replacement Operating Switch for Husky Brute...
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  • Recommended Electric Stabilizer Jack for 2012 K-Z Spree Travel Trailer
  • I highly recommend going with the Lippert Components High-Speed Power Stabilizer Jack # LC298707. An electric stabilizer is the best option because of the convenience it offers compared to manual stabilizers; this jack comes with a waterproof switch kit to make stabilizing your trailer much simpler. Stabilizer Jack # LC298707 is 78" long x 20" wide x 4-3/4" tall and has mounting holes which are 68-11/16" from center-hole to center-hole that you will use to bolt onto your trailer's...
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  • Reliable Powered Landing Gear Replacement for Fifth Wheel Trailer
  • Stabilizer jack kits like the # LC298707 cannot be used as landing gear jacks for the front of a 5th wheel trailer. These are not designed for lifting a trailer off the ground so this would not be the solution you need. The Bulldog Powered Landing Gear part # BD500161 would be a great choice for a replacement. This kit is highly reviewed by our customers and is very reliable so we recommend strongly as a replacement.
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  • How Does Cover of Electric Jack w/ Footplate # EJ-3520-BBX Remove
  • We don't have a video or a diagram unfortunately for removing the cover of the Electric Jack w/ Footplate # EJ-3520-BBX but I can tell you there's a screw on either side of the cover and a few screws on the bottom of the jack. The bottom screws appear to be torx head screws too.
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  • Powered A-Frame Jack Recommendation for Starcraft Autumn Ridge Outfitter 2018 Model 19BH
  • My favorite powered jack to recommend is the Husky Jack part # HT87247 as it has bearings in the screw which allow it to operate quicker and smoother. It also shuts off automatically before topping or bottoming out. Other jacks will allow you to go too far with the jack but in doing so you damage the threads of the screw. It has a lifting capacity of 4,500 lbs which would be more than you'd need but will ensure that the jack will operate quickly and last a long time. For a lighter duty...
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  • How to Find App for iPhone to Control Lippert Electric Ground Control 5-Leveling System # LC672136
  • The Lippert Electric Ground Control TT Automatic 5-Point Leveling System # LC672136 referenced in your question can indeed be controlled with your iPhone (or iPad). Setting up your iPhone to work in this manner is simply a matter of downloading the LCI OneControl Leveling App in the Apple/iTunes store. I searched the App store on my iPhone and was able to find the app listed as "LCI OneControl". I attached a screenshot I took on my phone for you to see what it looks like as well. Once...
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  • Can Jacks on Lippert Ground Control 3.0 be Operated Independently
  • In terms of mounting the Lippert Ground Control 3.0 Electric 5th Wheel RV Leveling System w Touchpad and Remote - 6-Point Set # LC675817, according to the directions, "the rear jack brackets need to be mounted approximately 1 foot behind the rear axle hanger" and "When fully retracted, rear jacks should be equal to the departure angle or a minimum of 7" of ground clearance." Those are the only requirements in terms of where the jacks should mount. As for loading the back with the middle...
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  • Manually Retracting Jack on Lippert Ground Control 3.0
  • There is a way to manually retract the jacks on your Lippert Ground Control 3.0 Electric 5th Wheel RV Leveling System # LC358590. I have cut out a portion of the directions which goes over what you need to do: Top of Jack Motor Override: Tools needed:3/8” drive ratchet and extension (no socket) 1. Find the port on the top of the jack motor 2. Remove the rubber plug 3. Insert the 3/8” drive into the port 4. Turn override until the jack extends or retracts to desired position....
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  • Auto Leveling System for Keystone Raptor 5th Wheel Trailer
  • We do have an auto-leveling system that will work with your 2007 Keystone Raptor, the Lippert Ground Control 3.0 Electric 5th Wheel RV Leveling System # LC358590. This system is designed for 5th wheel trailers that have a GVWR of up to 20,000 lbs and according to my research each model of '07 Raptor had a GVWR less than 20,000 lbs though you will want to verify your specific Raptor's GVWR. The Ground Control 3.0 # LC358590 is a 4-point system that will automatically level with the...
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  • Spacers for Lippert Power Stabilizer Jack
  • You do not necessarily need to add the Lippert Components Double Spacer for RV Electric Stabilizer Jack # LC266030 to your new Lippert Components High-Speed Power Stabilizer Jack # LC298707. If you install your new stabilizer and find you need the extra 2 inches the spacer provides you can simply add them afterwards.
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  • What Would Cause Hydraulic Landing Gear to Slowly Lower On its Own
  • If you have a hyraulic landing gear set that lower on it's own you have a leak or a bad seal in your hydraulic lines. You'll need to have the system checked out and serviced most likely.
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  • Recommended Caster Wheel for the Lippert Electric Trailer Jack Part # LC285318
  • Yes, you can add a caster wheel to an electric jack such as the Lippert Electric Trailer Jack with Footplate part # LC285318. For this, I recommend using the Detachable Caster w/ Pin for 2" Diameter Jacks part # PS1400750340. There won't be any issues with lateral movement but you will be limited to a 1,200 lb capacity but that should be more than enough for your 2,800 lb trailer as the tongue weight of your trailer which is all the jack needs to be rated for is likely around 280 - 420...
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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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  • What is the Weight of Ram Scissor Stabilizer Jack # TJSC-24
  • The Ram Scissor Stabilizer Jack # TJSC-24 that you referenced weighs 12 lbs.
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  • Reseting Zero Point of Lippert Ground Control Leveling System
  • Zero Point Calibration The “Zero Point” is the programmed point that the trailer will return to each time the Auto Level feature is used. Note: Prior to starting this procedure, double check all connections on the controller, jacks, and touch pad. 1. In manual mode, run the jacks to level the trailer. This is best achieved by placing a level in the center of the trailer and leveling it both front to back and then side to side. (See “Basic Jack Operation” for instructions on...
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  • Recommended Deep Cycle Battery for Husky Super Brute Electric A-Frame Tongue Jack HT82022
  • Trailer jacks can differ in the amount of power they require to function properly. The type of jack that uses less power is the low-friction type like the Husky Brute # HT87247. This 4500-lb-rated A-frame jack, like the jack # HT82022 that you referenced, uses a ball bearing-and-screw drive system that produces much less friction and so it uses less battery power, a maximum of 25-amps when it is lifting its maximum rated load of 4500-lbs. In contrast, the less efficient Lippert 3500-lb...
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  • Manual Crank Handle Wont Lift/Lower Lippert Electric Trailer Jack
  • If the manual crank handle for the Lippert Electric Trailer Jack part # LC285318 will not extend or retract the leg then that points to signs of internal damage. The bevel gear could be stripped or the inner tube could be bent which would both prevent the leg for extending or retracting. Unfortunately, if this is the case then the jack will need replaced as they do not offer any replacement internal components for this jack. It does however come with a one year warranty but if you are...
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  • Could Ultra Fab Jack part # UF38-944017 be Used on 3,600 lb Trailer
  • When picking out a trailer jack the capacity the jack has is for the tongue weight of the trailer. So the Ultra Fab jack part # UF38-944017 that you referenced could lift a vertical weight of 3,500 lb which would be way more than you'd need for a 3,600 lb trailer that would have a tongue weight of around 360 lbs. Having more lifting capacity just means that the jack won't strain when operating.
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  • Troubleshooting One Leg on Landing Gear Not Working
  • Although you did not mention if it is the lead or follow leg that is not working, if it is the follow leg it may be that you have an issue with the gearbox and would need to replace it with Replacement Aluminum Gearbox # LG-179015 which will work with Stromberg Carlson landing gear as well as Lippert and Venture. Another option that could work is using a repair kit such as the Lead Jack Repair Kit for Stromberg Carlson Landing Gear # LG-146059 or Follow Jack Repair Kit # LG-146060 depending...
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  • How to Connect Buyers Products 12-Volt Electric Jack # 3370093500 to Travel Trailer Battery
  • If you are wanting to draw power off of the battery on your travel trailer for your Buyers Products 12-Volt Electric Jack # 3370093500 then you need to install a vehicle-side 7-Way connector like the Hopkins # HM48480 on your trailer and run some wiring. The wiring you need to run is for the power and ground functions. Simply run some 10 Gauge Wire # 10-2-1 from the power and ground pins on your 7-Way (see attached photo) and the connect the power wire to your positive battery post (with...
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  • Powered A-Frame Trailer Jack Cannot Retract After Being Extended
  • It definitely sounds like your jack may have been over extended. On a lot of powered A-frame jacks when this happens it ends up warping the nut and screw that allows the jack to travel up and down. Unfortunately there isn't a way to fix or replace this component so the jack will need to be replaced. For a replacement I recommend taking a look at the Husky Brute # HT87247. This 4,500 pound powered jack features an automatic stop that actually shuts the motor down before the nut reaches...
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  • Weight Capacity of Fulton Drop-Leg Stabilizer Jack # FSJ1-SJ2
  • The Fulton Drop-Leg Stabilizer Jack with Mounting Channel # FSJ1-SJ2 referenced in your question features a 3,000 pound weight capacity for a single leg. Using 2 of the stabilizer jacks would give you a combined capacity of 6,000 pounds like you mentioned. This jack includes 1 stabilizer so you if you need a pair you will just need to order 2. I have attached a short video demonstration that you can also check out.
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  • Is There a Replacement Leg for the Lippert Stabilizer Jack 198641
  • I do have a solution for you to have a working stabilizer again but unfortunately when I spoke with my contact at Lippert he said that the legs on your 198641 unit are not replaceable alone. Instead you will need to replace the whole stabilizer jack with part # LC369774.
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  • Electric Trailer Jack Function in Extreme Cold Conditions
  • The Bulldog Powered Drive Trailer Jack # BD500199 will be impacted by extreme cold. The mechanical parts will all work but you have to account for the grease freezing temperature which is normally somewhere in the negative degrees Fahrenheit and the impact the cold will have on the battery used to power the jack. The jack itself will function past the conditions of the grease used to maintain it and the battery used to power it. The grease will have a temperature range on it to give...
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  • What Size Socket is Needed to Manually Extend/Retract the Electric Jack Part # EJ-3520-BBX
  • The Electric Jack w/ Footplate part # EJ-3520-BBX will require a 3/8" socket in order to manually extend and retract the jack leg.
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  • How to Replace Power Switch on RAM Electric Jack w/ Footplate
  • It sounds like you have either the Electric Jack w/ Footplate part # EJ-3520-BBX or the Electric Jack w/ Footplate part # EJ-3520-WBX. If that is the case then the Replacement Power Switch part # EJ-3520-PSW is the correct replacement for you. In order to replace the switch you need to take a flathead screwdriver or pick and pry the top and bottom of the switch to release it from the housing. You can then unplug the spade connectors from the old switch and into the new switch making sure...
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  • How to Manually Crank Lippert Components High-Speed Power Stabilizer Jack LC298707
  • To manually lower the Lippert Components High-Speed Power Stabilizer Jack # LC298707 you will want to turn the crank handle counter-clockwise. Turn it clockwise to raise the legs. Lippert cautions to disconnect the stabilizer from the battery before manually operating the crank. Failure to disconnect the battery can cause electricity to back feed through the motor and cause serious damage to the system as well as void the Limited Warranty.
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  • Recommended Gooseneck Trailer Powered Landing Gear for Completely Weather Exposed System on Trailer
  • When landing gear like # LG-1 is used on exposed trailers the electric component needs to be covered. Most of the time this is done with a custom sheet metal box as it doesn't take much just to shield the motor from the elements. The legs are powder coated and the gear box is aluminum, so you won't have issues with them being exposed, but the motor is another story. Your other option is to use a jack like the Bulldog Velocity Series Electric Landing Gear Jack # BD185400 or for a...
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  • Replacing Light on Lippert 181794 Powered A-Frame Jack
  • I believe that the electric power jack that you are talking about is a discontinued jack that was manufactured by Lippert who replaced it with part # LC285318. When I spoke with my contact at Lippert he said that it should either just pop right off or you will need to remove the cap first and then it will pop off. At this point you'll have access to the light.
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  • Replacement Brake Release Handle Needed for the Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack # HT87247
  • Yes, the tool for the brake release is included with the part # 87639 that has the replacement crank handle as well. Both of these are for the Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack # HT87247. The only thing special about the included circuit breaker is that it has some wiring included with it for easy splicing. Any 30 amp circuit breaker that you would find at a local electrical/home improvement store, like part # PK54530, is perfectly acceptable. If the jack hasn't been used very much...
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  • Comparing the Ultra-Fab and Stackers Leveling Blocks
  • The Lynx Leveling Blocks you have will not work with the Ultra-Fab Leveling Blocks part # UF48-979051. The reason for this is that the surface pattern which is used to lock them together is different. You would need to either purchase more of the Lynx Leveling Blocks or a new set of Ultra-Fab Leveling Blocks. In order to minimize the amount of blocks needed to level your trailer you may also be interested in the Stackers Leveling Blocks part # A10-0918 which are 1-3/8" tall compared...
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  • Husky 4.5K Trailer Jack Will Lift the Trailer and Lights Work But Will Not Lower
  • Does jack # HT87247 make any noise or do anything when you try to lower it? What can happen with newly installed jacks is that they can sort of seize up. Like an old man getting out of bed in the morning it can start out pretty stiff. You may need to manually operate the jack up and down a few times to loosen things up and then it should work fine up and down. If the motor is not making any noise at all when you try to lower the jack then it could be a problem with the switch, which...
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  • Comparing Brophy CX74 and CJ74 Camper jacks
  • While the pipe diameters are the same the rest of the Brophy Cable Camper Jacks # CX74 and # CJ74 are different. The tripod bases have different bracing and the winch mount that has the angle iron section welded to it has different bracing as well.That's why the CJ74 has a 3,000 lb capacity and the CX74 has a 4,000 lb capacity.
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  • Availability of Wiring Diagram for the Replacement Power Switch # EJ-3520-PSW
  • I am attaching a picture of the Replacement Power Switch # EJ-3520-PSW when it is properly installed on the Electric Jack w/ Footplate # EJ-3520-BBX but unfortunately there isn't a wiring diagram available. If you be mindful to note which position each wire is supposed to be in when you disconnect your current switch you simply just have to install this switch in the same way.
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  • Recommended Electric A-Frame Jack for 2010 Keystone Laredo
  • It is surprising that you have read a lot of negative reviews of the Husky Brute Electric Trailer Jack # HT87247 because the reviews from our customers on this jack are glowing; there are multiple 1-year follow-ups as well and the vast majority have it still going strong so from our experience it has been anything but junk. The technical differences between the Husky and Bulldog Powered Drive Trailer Jack # BD500199 are that the Husky is rated for 4,500 lbs with 24" of lift and the Bulldog...
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  • Replacement Stabilizer Jack Motor on 2013 Coachman Chaparral 345BHS
  • The Lippert Stabilizer Jacks utilize the C-800 Replacement Klauber Motor for Standard Lippert Components Electric Stabilizer Jacks # LC138445. You can alternatively use the Replacement Electric RV Stabilizer Jack Motor for Lippert Components Landing Gear - Rear # LC352338 which will also fit and is supposed to be a faster motor.
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  • Is There a Power A-Frame Jack That Can Rotate 90 Degrees
  • There is a Bulldog jack that has numerous bolt holes to allow you to unbolt the jack and rotate it 90 degrees, the Bulldog Powered Drive Trailer Jack # BD500199. You can see an example of this in the linked video - just forward to about the 6:15 mark. This jack provides 22" of lift (9-3/4" retracted height and 31-3/4" extended height), has a 4,000 lb capacity as well as an outer tube diameter of 2-1/4".
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  • Stabilizers for 1991 Coleman Shenandoah Pop-up Camper
  • If your Coleman Shenandoah pop-up camper trailer still shakes when you walk around inside it you can add more stabilizers to supplement the OEM swing-down jacks. When it comes to keeping a camper steady more points of stabilization are better so I suggest keeping what you have and simply adding more jacks. If you want to permanently mount additional stabilizers you can use scissor jacks like # UF48-979031 (3-inches of lift) or # TJSCHD-24 (18-3/4-inches of lift). If you want to avoid...
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  • Troubleshooting Jack that Stopped Working and is Beeping
  • We don't carry the Trailer Lift TL4500 jack that you have but it sounds like the motor is going bad and wanting to draw too much amperage or you have a weak trailer battery powering it. It can also be a weak ground for the jack wiring as well so you'd want to check there too to be sure. If you were thinking about replacing the jack the Husky Brute part # HT87247 would be a fantastic option. This is a very reliable jack that we recommend highly. It has bearings in the jack and screw too...
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  • What is the Weight Capacity of the High-Speed Power Stabilizer Jack # LC337199
  • The High-Speed Power Stabilizer Jack # LC337199 actually doesn't have a weight capacity. This is because it is only designed to help stabilize your RV and shouldn't be used to lift it at all. The mounting hole spacing measures 68-11/16" from center-hole to center-hole so as long as that matches for your RV it will work well for your application.
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  • Manual Operation of Damaged Lippert Auto Leveling Landing Gear System
  • If your 2015 Heartland Road Warrior 5th wheel is sitting too low to allow you to couple it to your 5th wheel hitch you can try operating your landing gear manually with the hand crank tool that should have been supplied. Even if the powered landing gear is not working manual operation should still be possible since all powered jacks and landing gear include this feature for cases where electrical power is lost. Look for a plastic cap on the top of the jack's gearbox housing, as shown in...
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  • Lippert Ground Control 3.0 Auto Level Loses Memory
  • I spoke to my contact at Lippert about your Lippert Ground Control 3.0 Electric 5th Wheel RV Leveling System part # LC358590 and they stated to unplug the front jack to create error. Then clear the error. Then manually level coach out. Once manually leveled, reset zero point. Put system back into manual mode and retract rear jacks. Then extend front jacks so the front of the coach is physically nose high. Then press auto level. What does it do then?
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  • 1998 Jayco Eagle 10 SC Scissor Jack Stabilizer Recommendation
  • We have a pair of RV scissor jack stabilizers as part # LC285344 which would be a great choice. They bolt on and come with a handle to make for a much easier raise/lower than the swing down that you currently have.
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  • How to Perform Manual Override on Lippert Ground Control 3.0 Electric 5th Wheel RV Leveling System
  • I assume you have the Lippert Ground Control 3.0 Electric 5th Wheel RV Leveling System part # LC358590? If that is the case then there is a manual override on both the top of the motor and bottom of the leg for each jack. Since the jack is retracted then it will be best to use the manual override on top of the motor. On the top of the motor is a rubber plug. Remove the plug and insest a 3/8" drive (socket + extension), then turn. I have attached a few photos of this for you. If the...
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  • Can Trailer be Used at Same Time as TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands
  • The TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands # 326-TRLLG-2 can be used when camping and using your trailer, yes.
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  • Landing Gear Not Working on NUWA 2000 Snowbird 5th Wheel Trailer
  • If the landing gear is electrically operated and the motor makes noise but the legs do not move then it could just be that the battery does not have enough charge to run the landing gear. You can have the battery tested at an auto parts store. If the battery is fine and the motor makes no noise then you may just need to replace the switch. If you did raise the jacks too high then it could have damaged the threads on the screw and nut which would mean that you would need to replace the...
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  • Is a Bulldog A-Frame Electric Trailer Jack a Good Replacement for an LCI Jack
  • The Bulldog A-frame trailer jack # BD500199 is an excellent choice. I don't see any reason why you would have to rotate it 90 degrees for installation so no worries there. The easiest way to get more clearance between the tow vehicle and trailer is to just use a longer ball mount than what you have now. If interested I have linked the fixed ball mount main page for you. The Husky Super Brute # HT82022 is a great jack. The 5,000 pound capacity is one of the highest available and it is...
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