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Old 06-07-2011, 08:21 PM   #1
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2011 Damon Challenger Jacks Won't go Down

I hope that I can get an answer to a problem with my Lippert jack system on a 2011 Damon Challenger. I am presently on the road (vacation), and upon arriving at the campground, I tried to engage the leveling system and the jacks would not go down. I checked the fluid - it has been leaking since I purchased it last July, but I have kept it topped off with the appropriate ATF. I plan to have the leaking addressed at thDamon factory once I return to KY. When I turn the system on, I get "jacks down" light and the rear position light blinks continually. Maybe someone on the Forum has ananswer, if not I will have to physically extend and retract them with an electric drill until I get an answer on get them fixed. I guess that I will try to call the Lippert factory when I get settled.

Thanks in advance for any assistance.

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Not sure if you tried retracting all jacks first but you should do that and then turn system off and back on and again retry leveling. If that does not correct the issue, then you have a fault code on that jack that will have to be diagnosed and possibly repaired or just cleared before normal operation can be restored. Let us know what you find.
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