Originally Posted by clr
Well I forget the exact degrees down but the system in auto mode will stop you at about 6 degree down in the front or so. Of course this is in my drive way and the drive slops down to the street. I run it down until about 4 inches of the rod are showing I would say. By the way I have hit the auto stop points but I have never reached the max stroke or popped any breaker. Also to get the RV up to hitch height I have to enter manual mode to raise it high enough the auto mode will max out and stop moving the RV.
That is caused by the loss of pressure, You should always start in the auto level unless you are to put it in manual mode. If you want to lower it the 4" of rod showing, I would put blocks under it to that height and then hit auto so you will not loss pressure.....
Also a question has anyone had any white pitting on the alum. coated cylinder? I have one on the right side that was pitted, they put a new one on in Goshen. 2 Weeks later the same one pitted again. LCI sent a new one to my dealer of choice and they are going to replace it again. They are paying for Labor and shipping. The factory told me on the first one they they never saw that before. On the right side there is a drain whole in my battery box. I now have taped that whole up to see if it is electrolytes coming out and splashing it. Very strange that it is the only one doing it. If it gets pitted you stand the chance of ripping your "O" ring seal. That alum. coating is really paper thin. The factory gave me a can of spray it's made by CRS and is silicone. I was told to spay them then wipe it off? He also said that wd 40 will eat that "O" ring up.