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Old 11-16-2012, 06:28 PM   #31
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The slide-outs and the jacks always work perfectly extending and retracting, there is just this glitch with the pressure switch. Perhaps there could be an issue with the pressure loss, the coach was left at a RV shop for nearly six months while they tried to fix the level system and a few other issues. That was two years ago. Ultimately the switch was determined to be the problem then. I have replaced it again myself several months ago and the system has worked normally until I washed the exterior of the unit in my driveway with a pressure washer. I used the level system to stabilize it while I was walking around on the roof.
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Old 11-16-2012, 06:32 PM   #32
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I guess I can assume from the replies that repeated failure of the switch is not common.

The fluid level is and has remained constant.

I'll get a allen wrench and check the valves as suggested this weekend.

Thanks for the help guys.
Good idea Iggy but Just one more thought about the valves. There will be one for each jack and one each slide, not sure how many you had. The hex screws control only output valves to the devices, normally solonoid operated can be opened by turning clockwise. I'm thinking your proplem is the Isolator? valve which controls return to the sump. There's no valve on it, only an index device to regulate it. Seems like no way to close it or cock it partially open. Still check, just keep this in mind.
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Old 12-30-2012, 02:10 PM   #33
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I've a 2004 georgetowm 34' 2 slides and leveling jacks. I'm beside myself on trying to figure out the leveling system the 4 activating buttons are configured in a diamond pattern. I would assume that each button would opperate a single jack (up and down) however it seems as though a different button may lower a jack extended by a completely different button. I'm confused and a simple diagram manuel would shur help, is there one available?.
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Old 12-30-2012, 02:18 PM   #34
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The top button lifts the front the back lift the rear jacks, and the other two do both sides.
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Old 12-30-2012, 02:20 PM   #35
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I've a 2004 georgetowm 34' 2 slides and leveling jacks. I'm beside myself on trying to figure out the leveling system the 4 activating buttons are configured in a diamond pattern. I would assume that each button would opperate a single jack (up and down) however it seems as though a different button may lower a jack extended by a completely different button. I'm confused and a simple diagram manuel would shur help, is there one available?.
Each diamond operates 2 jacks alwsys to prevent racking the chassis. Front or rear or each side. Try LCI 1.com to download and print IB.
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Old 12-30-2012, 02:27 PM   #36
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To ron mikula; Check the earlier post #3 and #7 by Iggy in this thread. Post #3 has attachment "Control troubleshoot.pdf" and Post #7 offers "full user manual". This should be what you need.
Hope this helps.
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Old 12-30-2012, 05:43 PM   #37
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I've a 2004 georgetowm 34' 2 slides and leveling jacks. I'm beside myself on trying to figure out the leveling system the 4 activating buttons are configured in a diamond pattern. I would assume that each button would opperate a single jack (up and down) however it seems as though a different button may lower a jack extended by a completely different button. I'm confused and a simple diagram manuel would shur help, is there one available?.
First welcome Ron to the forum. We are here to help and I'm sure we will all do our best to anser your questions.

I have attached 3 documents that you to download to your computer, print out and read.

1. Lippert manual for a 4 leg leveller systems and slides.
2. Lippert control panel setup and how to use it
3. Troubleshooting document

After reading come back and let us know how far you have gotton and the specific questions you have.
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File Type: pdf Georgetown_Hyd_Sys_ALL_maual.pdf (2.68 MB, 291 views)
File Type: pdf Manual_Override_leveling_slides.pdf (942.3 KB, 219 views)
File Type: pdf Control_Panel_Troubleshoot.pdf (806.5 KB, 293 views)
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Thanks Iggy !!!! We all appreciate your help in solving our questions.
I have had the pleasure of having 40 nights camping in our 2007 Georgetown 370TS this year. Hope I can do more in 2013. Happy travels and camping to all.
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Thanks Iggy !!!! We all appreciate your help in solving our questions.
I have had the pleasure of having 40 nights camping in our 2007 Georgetown 370TS this year. Hope I can do more in 2013. Happy travels and camping to all.
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I will be heading your way in a few weeks from Arizona.
We will be stopping in Biloxi MS at Keesler AFB for a few days then on to Florida keys for a week.
Any great seafood resterants you can suggest while in Biloxi?
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I will be heading your way in a few weeks from Arizona.
We will be stopping in Biloxi MS at Keesler AFB for a few days then on to Florida keys for a week.
Any great seafood resterants you can suggest while in Biloxi?
Iggy....gonna kinda steal the thread for a moment: If you make it to KW make sure you get a meal at El Siboney. Best Cuban in the keys. You staying at Sigsby?
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