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Old 09-15-2020, 04:23 PM   #1
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Hi Everyone, I have a 2011 189FBS and one of the stabilizer motors is shot. It's a Schwintek #080120001. I can't find anything on the web to replace this motor. Has anyone had any luck? Thanks!
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Old 09-15-2020, 08:04 PM   #2
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I used Google and it immediately referenced a Lippert Repair Part. Could this be it? See their photos, they would not copy.

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Lippert Schwintek Motor In-Wall, IG-42, 10MM
Lippert 014-236575 Schwintek Motor In-Wall, IG-42, 10MM

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When I googled the motor, I kept coming up with this motor also. However, my motor only has two wires that are hardwired, not the multi-wire plug. Also, the motor end also has a hex head to use with a drill to manually extend or retract the stabilizer. This motor doesn't have that which I will need.
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Does anyone have something similar to this?
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Old 09-16-2020, 11:10 AM   #5
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Does you Schwintek Power Stabilizer assembly look like a Lippert? If so you might luck out and the motors might interchange. I saw this one on Ebay.
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So after much research I figured out what the Lippert motor model number is. If you have the Lippert individual stabilizer jacks, you need the Lippert Components part #240015 Motor (IG-42gm 12v). It's currently $111.81 on Amazon.
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CONGRATULATIONS on your persistent research!
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Thanks for your input Jimbo.
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Hi Everyone, I have a 2011 189FBS and one of the stabilizer motors is shot. It's a Schwintek #080120001. I can't find anything on the web to replace this motor. Has anyone had any luck? Thanks!
Mine went out also On my 189FDS while in a campground and I couldn’t find a way to retract it manually because the hex head under the cover was badly corroded so i ended up removing the whole thing.

I wasn’t able to find a replacement and changed them all out to manual cranks I operate with a cordless drill. I didn’t want a repeat of the experience. Also ended up being more affordable and reliable.

I figured out later that the wires were not sealed to the motor housing so water was entering it an corroded it out.
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So after much research I figured out what the Lippert motor model number is. If you have the Lippert individual stabilizer jacks, you need the Lippert Components part #240015 Motor (IG-42gm 12v). It's currently $111.81 on Amazon.
Lippert website lists that motor for slide outs, good for you for figuring out itís compatibility!

https://store.lci1.com/ig-42gm-motor-5mm-240015.html
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Just ordered new stabilizer, it is Lippert. My older one is functioning fine stabilizer was bent. I will check it out see it it will work for you
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My motorized stabilizer is a Black & Decker cordless drill with a crank bit. Works great on manual stabilizers, only cost $25 and at the end of the process I have a drill if needed.
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My motorized stabilizer is a Black & Decker cordless drill with a crank bit. Works great on manual stabilizers, only cost $25 and at the end of the process I have a drill if needed.
I use a similar system only with an 18 volt Dewalt power unit.

When I special ordered my XT276 after some extensive searching on line, I opted NOT to get the electric stabilizers because so many people were having problems with them.

I believe it was a wise decision.
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