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Old 05-27-2008, 04:40 PM   #1
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Leveler Switches Seem Crossed

I'm cross-posting this (Posted under Georgetown originally) hope that's ok...
I am confused about the operation of the Hydraulic Leveler switches on my 2004 Georgetown 342. Shouldn't the front switch control the front levelers, the right switch the passenger side front/rear, the left switch the driver side front/rear and the rear swich the rear levelers? On mine, the front switch runs both front levelers up or down, but the right switch controls the rear drivers side only, the left switch controls the rear passenger side only, and the rear switch (or lower switch) also controls the rear passenger side only. I have not pulled the switch panel to see if something is crossed, but can anyone shed any light on my dilemma?
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