[Rhodes22-list] Motor lift

Lowe, Rob rlowe at vt.edu
Tue Nov 21 09:22:39 EST 2017

I probably good have tried to turn the motor manually, but was in a hurry as people were standing around trying to help me get my boat pulled.  I managed to break a collar bone recently (that's another story) and could not manage pulling the boat myself.  Given the circumstances, I chose the quick route knowing I'd have to replace the whole winch this winter. - rob

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I would call Stan at the factory about a new motor. His number is on the web site.  But with regard to your cutting the strap, did you try to turn the motor manually? I wondered what would happen if my electric lift didn't work
-- especially if the batteries were dead -- and I looked at the motor and discovered there was a place on the end that could be turned manually. 


Bob Weiss
Beach Spring
1998 Rhodes 22 Recycled in 2014
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