- Feb 28, 2013
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Yep, those damn teeth won't let me back it in. I'll try removing the bolt first and then ole brute force.Had an Atwood unit similar to yours. What happens by pulling on the lever forward, the plate you see with the turned up lip on its corners acts as a lock to hold ratchet teeth on the lever locked in the forward position, holding the brake cylinder rod applying the brake until that lever is released.You could either use a crow bar, lifting the plate up by the lip while pulling on the lever forward the same time. Holding the plate up with the crowbar high enough to clear the ratchet teeth clear, resetting the lever back, or remove the bolt/s holding the plate on the ratchet lever, allowing the runaway e-lever to fall back.
My detailer in Parker yanked the whole deal out of mine.. Lol. Haven't had it on there in two years now. Everything else is normal
What brake actuator goes with that coupler? Mine has been leaking, I need to replace.