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Old 10-30-2015, 05:47 AM   #21
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When I said plugged in, I was referring to the plug in the back of the panel. My unit is a 2012 model. There is no separate panel for the front jacks (landing gear), all work from the same panel. I was able to find the individual block valves and lock out the one needed to raise my landing gear by turning the screw in the bottom of the block and then opening it again when I tried it later at home. There is no need to pull any wires, just block off the valves.


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Well you see mine is different. I have a switch in the outside same as when I had the plain drop legs. It's independant from the board. You also would have the old style board if it's a 2012. I would ask Lippert on this for sure. I don't know the change that was made to them. This what I was told by the Lippert installers when they did mine at the Goshen Rally 2014. I asked did I get the new board and they said yes...
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Old 10-30-2015, 11:25 PM   #23
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dalford thanks for posting that, I don't have that. I will copy it to my file...
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What is that white button to the right, maybe that's the same as mine that only work's the front landing jacks and nothing else? mine is just outside because it was after market and it use to be my power switch for drop leg before. I'll post a picture later of how they installed mine, looks different then yours or maybe not.
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What is that white button to the right, maybe that's the same as mine that only work's the front landing jacks and nothing else? mine is just outside because it was after market and it use to be my power switch for drop leg before. I'll post a picture later of how they installed mine, looks different then yours or maybe not.

That button will work the slides from the outside if you want to.


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That button will work the slides from the outside if you want to.


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Well that's a nice feature, sometimes I pull to close to things and my wife has to stand there while I'm inside. When I hear pounding I stop. Now I made a stick that I measure with for clearance, some sites are pretty small. Don't need a Ole C@@p moment...
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dalford thanks for posting that, I don't have that. I will copy it to my file...
Your welcome. Here is the link to the whole manual...discusses all Lippert slides, jacks brakes and chassis..

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Hooked up today and everything is still working just fine.


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Does anybody leave their hydraulic jacks fully extended (wheels off the ground) during storage? Is this a good practice? If not, why.
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