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Old 07-23-2013, 12:15 PM   #21
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I have a 2011 GT 374, when I encounter a non level spot I partially level the MH by blocking the low tires with 2"x10" wood blocks than place my plastic blocks under the jacks and have never had a problem. The MH was purchased new an have been great.
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Old 07-23-2013, 09:29 PM   #22
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Not sure what to do? Just enjoy your coach, that would be my recomendation. As I said earlier, if you feel the need, take it back to the dealer....or at least call them. These things, in theory should work flawlessly....and maybe some do.....don't let it get you down, get the bugs worked out and enjoy it.
Thanks! I actually called the service center of the dealership today and they had not a clue what could be causing the problems. I spent several hours last night reading and researching and came across setting the Zero Level on the leveling system. Went out tonight and tried it and viola! Success!!!!! Now the real test is when we take it out this weekend and attempt it on a different area.
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Old 07-23-2013, 10:58 PM   #23
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I have a 378 xl also and my breaker is under the step up panel right above the coach batteries.
Mine also tripped when they extended fully. There are 2 breakers one is for the lifters and the other for the slides.
The little red lever on the breakers throws out. All you have to do is push it back in.
Easy fix. Good luck.
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Old 07-24-2013, 01:27 AM   #24
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Slides and Jacks

I have an 09 357QBH that our jacks wouldn't come up and was told by Lippert the reset for the jacks was to simply push all four jack buttons inside the diamond area at the same time for 5 seconds or so. I did this and wah lah, up they came. At the same time our slides would do nothing also, and that turned out to be the 90 amp circuit breaker mounted on the frame near the house batteries under the step cover. Wishing you the best. We all need it time to time.
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