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Old 06-06-2015, 02:25 PM   #1
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can someone point me in the direction of the auto leveling motor? I hit auto level on concrete pad and it is level but the back left jack looks angled a little and the jacks won't retract now.

I'm thinking I need to manually retract it. None of the electronic manual mode will work.
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Old 06-06-2015, 04:15 PM   #2
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can someone point me in the direction of the auto leveling motor? I hit auto level on concrete pad and it is level but the back left jack looks angled a little and the jacks won't retract now.

I'm thinking I need to manually retract it. None of the electronic manual mode will work.
Not if its bend you can't
The pump is usually under the steps and it may only be low on AFT fluid.
Hopefully that's the case because if its bent you have to remove and replace.
Their is no manual retract but ALL RETRACT button.
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Crisis averted. Nothing bent.


However, there is a defect with the LCI unit and some timer delay they have in it. I see other people mentioning it in the forums.

I spoke with a LCI tech on the phone (great service answering on Saturday by the way) and he walked me through steps involving unplugging a switch. There's some fluid leaking now but I can at least get my leveling jacks up and driveable until they can apply their fix at a repair shop.

It stinks Georgetown shipped it out with a known problem.
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Don't believe everything Lippert (LCI) says.
Did the guy tell you to unplug the pressure switch or open a valve with a allen wrench?
I'd be interested to hear what he said was the problem with the LCI system.
But all in all glad things are better.
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Crisis averted. Nothing bent.


However, there is a defect with the LCI unit and some timer delay they have in it. I see other people mentioning it in the forums.

I spoke with a LCI tech on the phone (great service answering on Saturday by the way) and he walked me through steps involving unplugging a switch. There's some fluid leaking now but I can at least get my leveling jacks up and driveable until they can apply their fix at a repair shop.

It stinks Georgetown shipped it out with a known problem.

I too had great service from Lippert last year. After spending a day working with my dealer service technician by phone I finally called Lippert the following morning. They resolved my problem in a matter of minutes. Turned out I had tripped a breaker.


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Well, since Lippert was admitting fault and saying they had a design flaw I'm inclined to believe them. They weren't making excuses. The repair includes a new wiring harness and control panel.
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Well, since Lippert was admitting fault and saying they had a design flaw I'm inclined to believe them. They weren't making excuses. The repair includes a new wiring harness and control panel.
I was replying to your statement...
" It stinks Georgetown shipped it out with a known problem. "
So why would you say this about FR Georgetown and not say it was Lipperts problem.


You don't say what year Georgetown you have. Was it new or old?
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can someone point me in the direction of the auto leveling motor? I hit auto level on concrete pad and it is level but the back left jack looks angled a little and the jacks won't retract now.

I'm thinking I need to manually retract it. None of the electronic manual mode will work.
Is it possible the breaker has tripped? I over extended my rear jacks once and thought they were locked but it was simply the breaker had tripped.
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