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Old 10-01-2016, 09:03 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by johnhicks View Post
From my HWH manual:

5. A lit yellow LEVEL light indicates that the end, side, or
corner is low. Push the EXTEND (up arrow) button to extend
jack pairs according to a lit yellow light. ALWAYS LEVEL THE

That's what I remember reading on my coach with HWH leveling

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Originally Posted by harleyjt View Post
That's what I remember reading on my coach with HWH leveling

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Originally Posted by bud01234 View Post
I know I've seen this but can't locate it. I read that if you level the wrong way you risk popping your windshield. Have manual system, so should I level front first or rear?

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Abosolutly HR with double windshields can happen not leveling to there directions. I know this for a fact. What ever you have you should only do per your manufacture doesn't matter what others do.
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Old 10-05-2016, 02:36 PM   #18
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I learned the following from a post on this forum. If you have 'Power Gear' jacks. Put your front jacks down FIRST. then your rear jacks. Level with the rear jacks for side to side.

The reason for this is that the front jacks bleed into each other, where the rear jacks work independent of each other. That's why you don't have separate buttons for right front and left front. Always be careful not to put too much torque on the frame too quick. Give the front jacks time to equalize each other. Some coaches have just one jack in front (middle), that has the same effect.


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