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Old 06-18-2014, 04:48 PM   #1
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Hydraulic Jacks

I recently bought my 2002 Alfa SeeYa 40 foot motor home coach #70322. On my way home from Texas to Colorado I stopped for the night. When I attempted to level my home using the hydraulic jacks the left (driver) side fully extended while the right side did not. I was unable to retract the jacks using my jack control panel. Finally I had to slowing bleed the pressure off the left jacks thus lower the motor home. I have tighten the hydraulic lines and replaced the lost hydraulic fluid in my reservoir. I have not been able to activate the my hydraulic motor using the jack control panel. Has anyone experienced a like issue with their jacks and can suggest a possible solution for my jacks not working.
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You don't give any details as to Jack's brand so we can't help much, but most of the jack manufacturers will help if you call them or go to their website.
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