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Old 08-19-2017, 11:43 AM   #1
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Atwood leveling system

I have a 2008 Tiffin Phaeton that I have an issue with the Atwood leveling system. The inside control control module alarm tells me the passenger rear jack is extended but it is not. The control panel will not let me move any the of the jacks manually or in the auto mode. The place currently working on it ordered a new inside controller, but it is not the problem. Any other ideas of what could be wrong and has any one else has the same type of issue with the Atwood leveleg system?
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probably a sensor dirty, bad or misaligned.
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I had the same thing occur, all was working fine until I stopped and then put the transmission into gear to pull away. The alarms started sounding that the jack was extended. After much work going over the system, calling Atwood and checking the jacks and control panel I found a main electrical connection plug in a storage bay had come slightly loose. I pushed down on the plug and I heard a definite "click". All alarms and operation were fine at that point. Atwood diagnosed it as a bad jack that needed replacement.
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