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Brand new Powerwinch rc30. It worked fine, 2 times pulling my 21ft. Gradywhite onto the trailer. The third time failed- slipped clutch. Boat weight is 2900 lbs. without motor and fuel. Should I have used the double line/pulley attachment? Should I buy parts and fix winch or return to powerwinch for in warranty repair?

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I would try to get it repaired Under warranty.
And later use it in double line...
The weight of your boat is 1, the force needed to pull your boat on the trailer is another thing...

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SOURCE: weight watcher scale not calibrating weight correctly

Hi there; 
Flip the scale over and see if the switch is on kg or lbs. If it is on kg, switch it over to lbs and see if that fixes your problem. 
HTH. 

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I don't know if you can change the setting but 1 kg is 2.2046 lbs so 100 kg would be 220.46 lbs for example. Multiply kg times 2.2046 to get lbs

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have the wires crossed take the wires and switch the wires around

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