Originally Posted by dragracer497
I have been having a recurring problem with the pressure switch. Can anyone tell me if this is a chronic problem, and it may continue? I have replaced the switch twice in the life of the coach (2006 model Georgetown) and it was replaced once under the manufacturer warranty. The level system seems to work normally most times, but the 'jacks down' LED will stay on even when the jacks are fully retracted at times, always unpredictably. I have to disconnect the switch to fool the system into thinking all is well, then I can drive away.
There is a return valve to the sump which opens when a device retracks, slide or jacks. That valve locks down to hold pressure to both sides of operators. If the dump valve leaks to around 1500-1800 (not sure) the alarms will start and jacks could deccend after major fluid loss.
Time to find the cause and not just treat the effect! A good hyd shop can help. Sounds like oil press is bleeding internally not outside.
Remember the system is always at 1500 +psi both sides. Needs high press to move small pistons with high loads, also allows leaks!
Good luck, BTW start the pump, but thats a real bandaid.