Warn winch newbie question?

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When I power out my winch line on my Warn Zeon 10S using the remote the clutch lever moves towards disengagement/freespool on it own. Is this normal? I figured it would stay fully engaged until I moved it manually.





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When I power out my winch line on my Warn Zeon 10S using the remote the clutch lever moves towards disengagement/freespool on it own. Is this normal? I figured it would stay fully engaged until I moved it manually.
That is not normal. It should stay firmly engaged.
 
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@OversandJL did you find out from Warn why this happened? I spend a couple hours installing a new Zeon and it does the same thing.
 
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@OversandJL did you find out from Warn why this happened? I spend a couple hours installing a new Zeon and it does the same thing.
I haven't reached out yet, but it only does it when it is not under load.
 

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