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Old 03-08-2012, 07:53 PM   #1
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Another Powergear problem on 2000 Discovery

My Powergear leveling jacks are all the way up but the LED light keeps reading "jacks extended." I have checked all of the jacks, cleaned them, sprayed silicone lube on them, etc. Any suggestions...?
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Low oil level in resovoir could be the cause. Many leveling systems have a switch which needs high oil levels with the jacks up.
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Hydraulic? If so, there is no position indication on the jacks. The indication comes from a liquid level sensor in the hydraulic tank for the jacks. Top off the tank.
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We had a similar problem with our brand new 2012 Discovery 36J - after putting more hydraulic fluid in the tank to ensure it was above the sensor when full - easily seen - that solved the problem.
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Thanks everyone...that took care of the problem. Steve
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