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Old 08-30-2014, 06:02 PM   #1
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Attwood not jacks

I have 4 attwoods on my Tiffin,7500# each. Most of the time i have to manually lower each one. The left rear shows a red and green blinking light that wont let me do auto level.The jack on the left rear always gives me the error. I have changed and cleaned several times but still does it. Could it be the control board ? Any thoughts are welcome.

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TiffinRv network.com has a trouble shooting sheet on those jacks one of the causes are lack of power to that jack causes lights blinking.

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Old 08-30-2014, 06:55 PM   #3
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It could be the commutator and/or brushes on the motor on the left rear jack are dirty. Attached is a troubleshooting guide that discusses rotating the manual drive nut a few times will sometimes cure problems. This would generally be the case when the motor is dirty. The guide attached is for the earlier generation of Levelegs. The current version probably has a different troubleshooting guide. I'm not sure of the introduction date of the new version but it was after 2009 I think.

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