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Old 10-03-2015, 06:03 PM   #31
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I think the idea of lowering the front first is due to fact my TV is a 4WD F350 and so I have to have the front well elevated to hookup. I am new to this unit and have only disconnected and leveled up 2 times so all I know is what I saw in the CD video file that came with the trailer.and read in the manual. I have an appointment to take it back to the dealer to replace the 2 gray dump valve cables that have been stuck open since I bought it and am finally getting a chance to get that fixed so I will ask about this then. Of course I dont think I will trust that answer any where as much as the info I have gotten here on the forums.

2015 Cedar Creek
38fl Hathaway Edition
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