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Old 09-26-2016, 01:29 PM   #1
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Leaking power gear

Question: If I see transmission fluid in the "cup" at the bottom of my leveler, does that mean something is leaking?

Where do I find my Power Gear supply tank?

Where do I look for a leak?



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Often on gas RVs the tank is at the very front of the RV, fastened to the frame rail. Clean off the suspected leaking jack and then cycle the jack down and up again. Then look for where the fluid is coming out. It could be a loose fitting, bad hydraulic line, or a leaking seal on the cylinder. If you use Google and search for your make model of leveling system, you'll find manuals and service guides.
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