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Old 11-24-2015, 01:50 PM   #1
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Default Electric Stabilizer Jacks

My 210UDS has electric jacks. There are times I would like to operate them up or down manually with my battery drill. The Lippert Owners Manual tells me that to operate them manually I must disconnect the battery prior to manually operating the system. They say failure to disconnect the battery can cause electricity to back feed through the motor and cause serious damage to the system.
My question is: Can I simply open the main battery switch? Will this motor back feed also damage other electronics in the RV that may be wired ahead of the battery switch (such as the LP sensor)?
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Old 11-25-2015, 12:13 PM   #2
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Lewr,

I have a 2012 wsd 214. With my battery switch closed (off) I can still operate the front "nose jack". I do not have electric stabilizer jacks but would assume that they may still operate also. Just to be safe, I would disconnect the battery.

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