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Old 01-08-2007, 06:44 PM   #1
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Hi! Well the drama continues Besides Jill's mom back in the hospital down here we have to deal with all this fun. My jacks are again not working. They do have the solenoid conversion on them. The tech (see other posts) has seen the problems. He found a sensor off our front jack (fixed once before by our dealer) It turns out that, when the sensor is off, once they come to level, the front jacks will keep going to they are fully extended. Hopefully it will not come off again because he cut the wire tie holding it in place. It seem as the jack went down it would pull the sensor off. One of the other problems is, if your coach battery is a hair low, the system will dump the air, then shut off without deploying the jacks. After we started the coach and got the batteries up a little everything worked. Until we moved to another site. The jacks worked fine but the level which was fine at the other site is now off. The tech is going to look at that on Wed. Paul
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Hi! Well the drama continues Besides Jill's mom back in the hospital down here we have to deal with all this fun. My jacks are again not working. They do have the solenoid conversion on them. The tech (see other posts) has seen the problems. He found a sensor off our front jack (fixed once before by our dealer) It turns out that, when the sensor is off, once they come to level, the front jacks will keep going to they are fully extended. Hopefully it will not come off again because he cut the wire tie holding it in place. It seem as the jack went down it would pull the sensor off. One of the other problems is, if your coach battery is a hair low, the system will dump the air, then shut off without deploying the jacks. After we started the coach and got the batteries up a little everything worked. Until we moved to another site. The jacks worked fine but the level which was fine at the other site is now off. The tech is going to look at that on Wed. Paul
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