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Old 02-12-2024, 11:26 AM   #1
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Manual leveling issue

Do to medical issues, we were away from our winter location and our rig for an extended period-summer through January. We finally have gotten back to it for a month. When I was getting the water and sewer hooked back up and de-winterized, I
noticed it had settled just a bit and was out of level. Wanting just to make a slight correction I was able to raise the front to level, but when I push the side buttons I get nothing. BTW, this is a six point level up system. I don't want to run the auto level cycle if there is a problem with the rear leveler jacks.

So all I have really run is the landing gear.

Question: is there a fuse or breaker for the rear hydraulic motors?

Seems if I'm away for more than six months I have to be retrained on everything.
 
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Old 02-12-2024, 12:04 PM   #2
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My wife was leveling ours last week and the rear jacks wouldn’t work. We both stood there scratching our heads for a minute when we realized that the landing gear work fine when just pushing the button but the rear jacks wouldn’t work because she didn’t enter into “manual” mode on the key pad. Not sure if it might be this in your case.
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Bingo. re-training session complete.
Thanks homey.
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Do to medical issues, we were away from our winter location and our rig for an extended period-summer through January. We finally have gotten back to it for a month. When I was getting the water and sewer hooked back up and de-winterized, I
noticed it had settled just a bit and was out of level. Wanting just to make a slight correction I was able to raise the front to level, but when I push the side buttons I get nothing. BTW, this is a six point level up system. I don't want to run the auto level cycle if there is a problem with the rear leveler jacks.

So all I have really run is the landing gear.

Question: is there a fuse or breaker for the rear hydraulic motors?

Seems if I'm away for more than six months I have to be retrained on everything.
The side to side functions do not work unless put into manual mode. Only the front and back functions work. In manual mode can you have access to both planes of movement.
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