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Old 01-24-2014, 12:32 PM   #1
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Levelling jacks will not hold

Country Coach Inspire 330 2005. Every 2 or 3 days I have to reset the levelling jacks as they have a tendancy to drop on the passenger side of the coach. The system is a Power Gear Automatic Levelling.
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John, Are both passenger side levelers going back up a bit or just the rear? How far is it wandering back in? Enough to see light under the foot?
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I'm familiar with HWH jacks and not Powergear. If they are hydraulic, it may be due to cooling of the fluid. With my previous coach with HWH hydraulic jacks, it was not uncommon to have to adjust (tighten) the jacks on one side after sitting for a day or two. Fluid is warm when you put jacks down, cools off and jacks loosen a bit.
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Levelling jacks will not hold

This morning the rear passenger has droped a few inches but the jack is still sitting on the ground. Normally it is both jacks on the passenger side that drop leaving the coach tilting down on the passenger side. There are no signs of leaks anywhere i.e. off the jacks or in the reservoir compartment.
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