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Old 09-30-2015, 08:14 PM   #1
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2005 Georgetown XML with LCI leveling

The LCI electronic leveling system will not come on. It did this once before and I finally found the breaker by the battery box....but this did not work this time.....when I started the unit it was sounding an alarm and pushed the on/off switch and it stopped....but now the system will not come on...we checked the batteries ....the breaker switch...had the gen set running and the truck engine running......
When I disengage the parking brake....and press the on....the light wii come on,but dim....when we engage the parking brake, the light goes out ....
I really think it's a electrical issue......but I am lost as where to go from here...
Any help is appreciated.....
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Old 09-30-2015, 10:17 PM   #2
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Sound like your tank level is too low. Have you checked the AT Fluid?
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Old 09-30-2015, 10:39 PM   #3
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Have you tried resetting?


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Old 10-01-2015, 11:17 AM   #4
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Thanks for your replys.....

1. How do I reset the system

2. Will low Fluid cause the system to act as I described....

Again, Thanks for the reply's.......This is a very helpful site as I have used this before and it always seems to be the levelers.....

I have another issue with the hot water......but I will try to resolve this issue 1st..

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1. How do I reset the system
I'm not sure your model is being 2005 but I attached a few documents here to print out and read.


2. Will low Fluid cause the system to act as I described....
YES

Hope these documents help you
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File Type: pdf Georgetown_Hyd_Sys_ALL_maual.pdf (2.68 MB, 121 views)
File Type: pdf Georgetown_Hyd_Sys_Trouble_manual.pdf (1.03 MB, 49 views)
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Old 10-01-2015, 11:50 AM   #6
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1. How do I reset the system



2. Will low Fluid cause the system to act as I described....



Again, Thanks for the reply's.......This is a very helpful site as I have used this before and it always seems to be the levelers.....



I have another issue with the hot water......but I will try to resolve this issue 1st..



Thanks

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Push all 4 diamond buttons at same time to reset.


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Old 10-01-2015, 06:29 PM   #7
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If you have a 2005 like mine, you do not have auto leveling. All manual. Check your fluids and if that's all good I agree with the electrical issue. Maybe the switch.

My switch has acted freaky a couple of times. The big issue is that I think these components are obsolete and may be hard to find

That said, there is. A mechanical reset procedure where you open and close all of the valves. But I'm unsure if that would help your issue.

Good luck

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Old 10-02-2015, 10:05 AM   #8
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EVERYTHING in this motorhome is an electrical issue do you check under stairs after driving in salt and replace fuses?? wash elect stairs thoroughly and lube
clean batteries when you can ( in south they Glycol or something and salt clean asap)
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If it's a Ford chassis, I had a mini fuse burn out in the fuse block under the steering wheel. It supplied power to the levelling system that monitors emergency release. It was marked in the Ford manual as power to chassis maker. There are several of these so check all the fuses in the block, it may help.
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We had this same issue on our 2006 while on vacation this year. Called Lippert Tech support and found under the steps a battery terminal became corroded and had actually broken off the connector. Just had to slide back under screw and re-tighten and it started working.

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