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Old 07-26-2020, 06:55 PM   #1
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LCI auto level system

This may have been discussed but i am having an issue with the LCI leveling system. I raised it up and disconnected from my truck, plugged it in to shore power and hit auto level. The trailer went all the way down then the jacks "timed out". I thought I had pushed it before checking that it was above level but don't know. Now when I try to use the buttons at all, I only get a red flashing light and click and I can't work the slides at all. I have dug around in the front storage as well as the access panel for the leveling system and can't find a reset button anywhere. I have a 2016 cedar creek 33IK and this is the first time we have had issues with the system. Thanks
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Old 07-26-2020, 07:00 PM   #2
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This may have been discussed but i am having an issue with the LCI leveling system. I raised it up and disconnected from my truck, plugged it in to shore power and hit auto level. The trailer went all the way down then the jacks "timed out". I thought I had pushed it before checking that it was above level but don't know. Now when I try to use the buttons at all, I only get a red flashing light and click and I can't work the slides at all. I have dug around in the front storage as well as the access panel for the leveling system and can't find a reset button anywhere. I have a 2016 cedar creek 33IK and this is the first time we have had issues with the system. Thanks


You have to go in to your control panel inside the trailer and itíll give you an option to reset the system.
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Old 07-26-2020, 07:54 PM   #3
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fixed it. Little sneaky things

These little guys are what caused all my hydraulics to not work. My leveling system and my slide outs didn't work. I finally found them and two of the three were popped.
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Old 07-26-2020, 08:12 PM   #4
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These little guys are what caused all my hydraulics to not work. My leveling system and my slide outs didn't work. I finally found them and two of the three were popped.


Got to love modern technology
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Old 07-27-2020, 04:23 AM   #5
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These little guys are what caused all my hydraulics to not work. My leveling system and my slide outs didn't work. I finally found them and two of the three were popped.

These are exactly why I tore that whole electrical system out and put it back in correctly with marine grade breakers, heavier wire, Buss Bars and connectors.
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Not that this will fix all your leveling problems, but I was told by Lippert that the 30 AMP manual reset breakers are under rated and that I should replace with 50 AMP auto reset breakers. Since doing so I've not had any problems. You can get breakers from Auto zone or Amazon. Best of luck...
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These are exactly why I tore that whole electrical system out and put it back in correctly with marine grade breakers, heavier wire, Buss Bars and connectors.


I think you could sell that system improvement!
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Old 07-31-2020, 08:52 PM   #8
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Sounds like the resettable breakers did their job. You did not mention what make or year your 5th wheel is.

I have a 2016 33IK Silverback that has those exact breakers as Iím sure most do. Mine has tripped one time in 5 year. I donít see any reason to tear it apart and upgrade as it looks like the cause of them tripping was an overload of the motor. The wiring and breakers did not cause the overload, the malfunction of the level up system did.

Glad you found them...
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Old 08-23-2020, 01:43 PM   #9
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The LCI control panel is in our storage compartment accross from the water connections. It's tricky to get the screen to come on. Little power button bottom center...then wait for it. Then push leveling. Then the error comes up. The push OK or something like that. Then it starts working again.
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