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  1. Harveys heros

    Harveys heros Read Only Funster

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    We have a problem with the step on the motorhome it will not retract when out.
    It goes part the way up but not completely. All seems ok and I have checked the fuses and they are ok.
    everything under the step is connected and I am stuck on a solution. Has anyone in the forum come across the same problem and is so how did you solve the problem ?

    Thanking you in anticipation
     
  2. scousebird

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    Hello :welc:

    Can't help with your query, you may be better posting your question in the Motorhome Chat section, probably get more views & hopefully an answer.
     
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    Welcome aboard;) The step could be be a dirty contact get under neath you will see a grey plastic housing unbolt and clean hopefully this should work?
     
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    As above
    AND
    Lubricate ALL the pivots with spray grease
     
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    Hi and welcome from North Devon
     
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    Hi & :welc:
     
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    Hi Harvey and welcome to the Fun!:welc::party:
     
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    most common reasons for problems are dirty/corroded electrical contacts , the step motor is usually a converted type of wiper motor but because it only needs to operate in a very limited range the spindle /cog can seize up . removal ,lubrication and new grease will usually sort it. regards garry
     
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    Welcome @Harveys heros . Did any of the above suggestions of help work?
     
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