Electric Trailer brake question
I need a little help.
I have a 2-axle aluminum horse trailer with electric brakes on all 4 wheels. In the way home from a rodeo on Sunday, while stopping at a stop light I looked back and noticed a lot of black smoke coming from the trailer tires. The smoke stopped when I let off of the brakes. I got pulled over at a gas station and noticed that the front tire on the passenger side of the trailer had a flat spot on it where it had been sliding. Obviously, the brake on that wheel had locked up while braking. The others seem to be operating properly. This came on all at once; it was not a gradual change. I don't know a lot about electric brakes so I was hoping for a little advice from some of you that are a lot smarter than me.
What are some things I could check out that could be causing only one out of the four wheels to lock up when the brakes are applied?
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