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Old 12-24-2013, 08:25 PM   #1
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I have read ask the stuff here but none seen to apply. our jacks will not go down. glad it's not the opposite but anyone have any ideas? we are found all the right things ie engine is on, parking brake, etc. jo
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Old 12-24-2013, 08:33 PM   #2
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House batteries tires fully charged?
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Old 12-24-2013, 09:40 PM   #3
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for sure. the batteries are totally charged. not sure what you mean about the tires. would we have a problem if they are new? Thanks
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Old 12-24-2013, 10:07 PM   #4
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If you have shore power, try shutting off the engine, plug in to shore power and then try.

That's how I put mine down. They take a lot of juice...

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yup tried that. guess this is what people mean when they say to buy used do the kinks will be out
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I have read ask the stuff here but none seen to apply. our jacks will not go down. glad it's not the opposite but anyone have any ideas? we are found all the right things ie engine is on, parking brake, etc. jo
Reset the 12 volt DC breaker where your house batteries are and hydraulic system for levelers.
It will look like this. Push the red button and it is tripped.
Push the bar in and it is reset and you have 12 volts to hydraulic pump.

You can see mine located in upper left of picture.
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As Iggy said, you may have your latch fuses tripped. We have two in our coach. Once you push them in, you will have to reset the system and then redo the auto level procedure. Let me locate the procedures for you. I'll repost.
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Once you locate and reset the fuse/s you have to reset the system. See below:

To reset, you just hold all four buttons simultaneously (front/back/left/side). To calibrate it, you have to manually level the coach and then tell the leveler system that it is leveled by turning the panel off, then on, pressing the front button 5 times followed by the rear button five times, then the retract button 3 times and you are set.
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Thank you all

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Once you locate and reset the fuse/s you have to reset the system. See below:

To reset, you just hold all four buttons simultaneously (front/back/left/side). To calibrate it, you have to manually level the coach and then tell the leveler system that it is leveled by turning the panel off, then on, pressing the front button 5 times followed by the rear button five times, then the retract button 3 times and you are set.
Once I get my husband up from the floor after passing out at the thought of doing all this, he will give what you have all said a try.
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House batteries tires fully charged?
i do not remember. Must be spell check. Your tires have nothing to do with the jacks. Where is my beer?
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