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Old 08-09-2014, 08:56 AM   #1
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Retract steps in storage position

Newbie question:

What is the procedure when I store my 2011 Sightseer 33C so that I have the steps retract AND have the coach and chassis battery and step switches in the off position.

How to I get the steps to be retracted and still have both coach and chassis battery switches turned off?

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Laker44, With the coach and battery switches off leave the step switch in the on position and the steps will retract when you close the door.
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I think your best bet is to be inside the mh with the steps retracted. Turn off all switches. Open the door and be prepared for a long step down.
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Laker44, With the coach and battery switches off leave the step switch in the on position and the steps will retract when you close the door.
Yup....
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I think your best bet is to be inside the mh with the steps retracted. Turn off all switches. Open the door and be prepared for a long step down.
Or else close the screen door and reach through to turn stair switch to OFF.
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