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Old 10-08-2012, 07:40 PM   #1
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LCI Leveling is flashing all its lights

My leveling control panel is flashing all its lights warning me that the jack are down. Problem is there all the way up, but the control panel continues to blink. My fluid level was low, I've added a quart and is still could probley use 1/2 quart more, but should be enough to operate. The two slides work fine. I've located one fuse associated with the leveling system, it appeared ok. I located the 2 breaker switched located in the battery compartment, they seem to be ok. I've ingaged the parking brake and released it many time already.

The last time I went to use the leveling system was in my back yard, which is at a small incline. Being that it was low on fluid, I'm wondering if there could be air in the lines and need to be bled out some how.

Anyone familiar with this tye of problem, I sure would be interested in your input.


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Old 10-08-2012, 09:11 PM   #2
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1st I would download the lci trouble tree at their website
then remove ALL power to the lci system.
then wait 10 or so minutes
then put the fuses back and turn 12 power back on
then turn on the panel and see what it does.

a few manual runs would clear air...
but check the book
i have called their 800 line a few times with good success

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Old 10-08-2012, 10:01 PM   #3
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What brand of MH do you have? and do you have the owners manual?. The reason I ask is that my 2011 Monoco Monarch had this same problem, and as it turned out there was a recall on the pump unit. LCI's web site has trouble shooting info and all the reset procedures for your specific unit.
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Old 10-10-2012, 10:20 PM   #4
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Thank you Powerboatr & Russ T Nut. I found the reset procedure in the manual on LCI web site.

Apparently if an attempt is made to level when the coach is at more than 5 deg angle, the controller will go into an error mode.

Reset was simple, just press all 4 directional buttons at the same time. Problem fixed.
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