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Old 03-04-2013, 11:28 PM   #1
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Equalizer leveling system problem

I have a 2004 Travel Supreme DSO3. Parking today, I planted the front jacks then tried to plant the rears and only got a beep. I raised the fronts and pressed auto-level and all four jacks went down. I retracted them all and tried to lower the rears but got only a beep.

I called Equalizer but have not heard back yet.

Any help would be appreciated.
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Was the front of the coach lower than the rear?
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Was the front of the coach lower than the rear?
No. The coach was pretty much level. I just wanted to land the jacks for stability.
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Equalizer Systems has some good info on their site.
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The first thing to do is check the fluid in the reservoir, (Dextron ATF) with the jacks and slide retracted.

Next, I would manually extend everything and lubricate the shafts with silicone spray then retract.
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The first thing to do is check the fluid in the reservoir, (Dextron ATF) with the jacks and slide retracted.

Next, I would manually extend everything and lubricate the shafts with silicone spray then retract.
Thanks. I will check the reservoir. Not sure where it is. Is there one for the whole system or one for the front and one for the rear?
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I fixed the issue. I reset the null and the rear jacks work manually now. I'd still like to find and check the reservoir level.

Thanks!
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I suspect your unit is located the same place as ours, on the firewall, passenger side. It is a single unit that has the pump, valves, and a single reservior. Access to it is thru the front generator slide out door.
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