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Author Topic: Lippert ground control "out of stroke"  (Read 252 times)

blowout100

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Lippert ground control "out of stroke"
« on: June 02, 2017, 05:36:32 PM »
I have electric jacks. Its the Lippert Ground control. The back jack went too far out and hence the "out of stroke". Has anyone had experience fixing this?

I have retracted all the jacks and attempted to relevel. No go. I have disconnected the battery and let it sit,. Nope. I removed the entire jack and manually retracted and reinstalled. That did not work.

Can the gears get out of wack and create a lock scenario?  Tried goggling and there are so many different systems.

The users manually say move to a new location and retry. Really?
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Jimdamedic

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Re: Lippert ground control "out of stroke"
« Reply #1 on: June 02, 2017, 08:02:04 PM »
I will wager that the system needs to be re zeroed or whatever it's called. When my battery went bad I got all kinds of error messages. Retract all the legs. Then extend each leg 6-8 inches. Then auto retract all. That supposedly tells the system where it is and resets it. That was from tech support and it worked for me.

ceedill

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Re: Lippert ground control "out of stroke"
« Reply #2 on: July 16, 2017, 04:51:23 PM »
that happened to us while demonstrating the system, they reset the system by extending about 6" then retract all. apperently happens all the time so said the tech
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