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  1. The rear jack on my 2016 Elite II (hull 120) has stopped working. It is on the side near the water pump / water heater. When I depress the switch in either direction, no movement occurs, and no sound at all is made. It seems like the electricity just isn't getting to the jack at all. (I did turn off/on the main electric switch as I was going through my steps below for safety/testing) Trouble shooting so far: 1. plugged into running vehicle to make sure it had enough juice 2. tested other rear jack - it's working; 3. switched out the inline fuse between the two jacks; didn'
  2. I am trying to find a good Jack block solution and ran across these https://www.fastwaytrailer.com/flip-jack-foot They semi-permanently attach to the jack base so I thought they would be one less thing to worry about since they are attached. We are not picking up our Ollie until Sept '19 so I cant run out to see if this would work on the Ollie rear stabilizers or front jack. Does any one out there use these? Thanks, Chad
  3. Where do you all place a jack on your Olivers if you want to raise the wheels off the ground to work on the trailer?
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