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Old 08-20-2016, 03:21 PM   #15
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That's not the way it is with many HWH systems, you have the ability to micro adjust, up or down, at any given time, without dropping it all the way and starting over.


I'm not sure I read that in his original post. I was under the impression all he wants to be able to do is, adjust from a present position, either up or down, without descending the coach all the way back down and starting over. Maybe I missed something here.
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Scott, you are right on! That is exactly what I want to do. I want to raise my rear jacks only (and lower the back of the coach) without raising the front. I don't want to have to raise all jacks and start over. My system looks like it will allow me to lower any at will, but not raise.
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With the LCI system, you scroll through the menu to manual. The front, right, left and rear buttons move the associated jacks down while holding the button down. Holding down the retract button for 1 second will light the retract LED by the button. Now the jacks will retract in pairs when the front, left, right or rear buttons are depressed.
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To lower the coach you have to raise the jacks, which means using the "all up" button. But you can shut the leveling system off at any time so the solution to your question is to use the all up button and then shut the system off quickly, turn it back on and then use the front/rear or left/right controls to lower the jacks and raise the part of the coach you want to raise. I do this often and with a little practice you will get pretty good at positioning your coach at the level you want, without starting over from the beginning with the jacks all in the full up position( coach all the way down ).
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To lower the coach you have to raise the jacks, which means using the "all up" button. But you can shut the leveling system off at any time so the solution to your question is to use the all up button and then shut the system off quickly, turn it back on and then use the front/rear or left/right controls to lower the jacks and raise the part of the coach you want to raise. I do this often and with a little practice you will get pretty good at positioning your coach at the level you want, without starting over from the beginning with the jacks all in the full up position( coach all the way down ).
Wasn't sure if turning the system off and interrupting the process would be good for it? But will give it a try!
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Wasn't sure if turning the system off and interrupting the process would be good for it? But will give it a try!
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I have LCI auto level system. It will not do what you want to do. The jack arrows only lower the jacks , raising the RV. If it auto levels me too high, I have to retract all and start over. Haven't tried shutting it off. Most times I manually level as I believe it is less stressful on the RV and levels at at lower elevation.
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