Originally Posted by RG Parker
.... LCI said that the jack or both front jacks needed replaced.. Suggested that I strap up the jacks so they do not fall.. I did that and then the other jack started falling .. After stopping at a Loves Truck stop and spending over 50 dollars ( I purchased rubber Bungie Cords and it finally stopped the dropping Jacks.....
Your statements confuse me also. The above makes it sound like you bungied one jack up and then the other one started drifting down also.
There are several threads that discuss this exact problem, so a forum thread search might help you out.
If just one jack is leaking down, replace the jack or get it resealed at a hydraulics shop. The internal seals are leaking.
If it is multiple jacks, then it is more likely a valve problem. You might ensure the valve for the front jacks is set correctly by using the manual method described in the operations manual to fully open and close it. You can find the manual for your leveling system on the Lippert website.
Also, the tech you talked to is full of it. If operating properly, jacks will not leak down when power is removed from the system.
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