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Old 05-26-2013, 12:49 PM   #1
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Power gear leveling ??

I have a 2006 monaco monarch When I use the auto level it seem to level the front but the back is off on one side. all jacks are down. Also don't understand how to get the manual adj to work. Thanks
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Here is a link to a power gear tip sheet on re calibration. It may not be for yours. Can you tell us the model # of your system ?
http://support.powergearus.com/techdocs/82-L0317-T.pdf
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On mine, I just have to hold the MAN button down until the light comes on and then adjust away. The calibration for the automatic leveling sounds like mine.
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When I manually adjust my PG levelers (3-point) it is NOT a smooth operation once the jacks contact the ground. Example: I just needed to raise the rear a hair to get to level (separate bubble level I use for comparison) so I tapped the rear button on the control panel and the whole coach jumped-and the coach weighs 38,000 lbs. I guess PGs are not meant to be fine tuned. There is no way to raise only one jack; only all then start the process over.
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Old 05-28-2013, 01:18 PM   #5
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Thanks Cliff that got it
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You're welcome. Glad you fixed it.
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