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Old 04-06-2016, 03:48 PM   #1
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LCI Electronic leveling panel flashing

2010 Georgetown 330TS with Lippert leveling system. Getting ready to head North after hiding in Florida.

All slides have been retracted in. Pushed the "Retract" button for the hydraulic stand levelers. All jacks have been visually checked and ARE retracted.

The leveling panel is flashing all the following lights simultaneously:

WAIT
JACKS DOWN
LOW VOLTAGE
ENGAGE PARK BRAKE
EXCESS ANGLE

I did find the main 100 AMP breaker was tripped, but have reset it.

Even holding the ON/OFF button does nothing.

Is there a master reset program for "rebooting the control panel?"

Thanks.....in waiting
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There is a way to reset the panel by pushing a series of the buttons similar to re-calibrating the auto level, as I recall. Your best bet is probably to call LCI at (574) 537-8900 and get them to tell you. I think I have a manual in our coach that the dealer gave us when we had a total malfunction, but I'm not at the coach.

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Old 04-06-2016, 06:17 PM   #3
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Here are a few documents on the LCI Leveling system. Hope they help!
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File Type: pdf LCI_Touch_Pad_Manual.pdf (806.5 KB, 579 views)
File Type: pdf LCI_Motorized_Leveling_Owner's_Manual.pdf (3.12 MB, 942 views)
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LCI pad

Push all 4 diamond shaped pad at the same time
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Old 04-06-2016, 09:21 PM   #5
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Thanks Don. Pushing all 4 diamonds reset things. All seems well now.

Guess things just needed to wake up after being here awhile.
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Thanks Don. Pushing all 4 diamonds reset things. All seems well now.



Guess things just needed to wake up after being here awhile.

I've had to reset mine several times.


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We had the same problem with our 2006. Same thing fixed it too. Thanks for the PDFs Wrenchkid.
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Old 04-07-2016, 03:48 PM   #8
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If your battery drops below a certain voltage, it will start all the lights blinking. The you have to wait about 5 mins. and have 12.8 volts, and do the reset, as described in KenandTerry's post.
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