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Old 10-02-2015, 06:05 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by RVnut View Post
Usually the owners manual will tell you what sequence to do things.. Our manual said to put jacks down then run out slides after level.. Then bring slides in and put up jacks.. See what your owners manual says.. Plus we also do all of our hook up before we do anything.. It is so much easier to to not crawl under the slide to make your connections


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Old 10-03-2015, 06:35 AM   #12
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Being full time i start my engine 2x monthly and drive the MH every other month if i can. The jack up was just to remove the wood pads i made and sit right back down onto the concrete. This was done successfully and back down in auto level.

I can start my engine with all the slides and awning out, i just cant put it in drive for the safety feature.

Our 378 only has 2578 miles on it and we are thinking on trading it in for a 5th wheel.

Thanks everyone for your input.

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