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Old 06-19-2013, 05:34 PM   #15
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Mine doesn't do the auto dump. Must be constipated.
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Mine doesn't do the auto dump. Must be constipated.
I found Manual worked best and use level,do you try and level with Motor running if you do system will not dump air.
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Old 06-19-2013, 07:37 PM   #17
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Can't remember if I leave the engine running or not. Seems like you do have to have the key in the on position though.
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Old 06-20-2013, 03:42 AM   #18
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Mine doesn't do the auto dump. Must be constipated.
You need to reset zero point level and configure for the air dump. This reprogramming is in the LCI owners manual.
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Old 07-05-2013, 03:27 PM   #19
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LCI leveling jacks issue

Trying to manually level my 2013 THOR gasser with Lippert electronic/hydraulic jacks. Gave up on "automatic" leveling mode, as it seems to want to tear the coach apart.
According to LCI instructions, level front to rear first, using front jacks, then rear jacks. This works fine.
Then when trying to level left to right; when I extend the right jacks to raise right side of coach, the right rear jack will not extend and ends up off the ground when the right front jack extends. According to LCI instructions, the jacks are supposed to work in pairs NOT individually.

Any ideas as to why the right rear jack will not extend along with the right front jack?
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Pretty strange. Try retract all then not leveling just extend the Rights some and see if the both do. You're checking functionality on the control/jack hookup.
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Pretty strange. Try retract all then not leveling just extend the Rights some and see if the both do. You're checking functionality on the control/jack hookup.
Thanks, will do this at our next destination (got it leveled by driving right side up on boards for now, have the jacks down for stability). We were wondering if it could be a problem with the controls; we're on our second control panel...the first was replaced two days after we took delivery last fall (initial shakedown).
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My LCI system likes to violently lift my entire coach off the ground when I use auto level. I now manually level it using an iPad app called clinometer hd as a level. Disappointing that this feature doesn't work like it should.
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If you have an android the GPS Status App has a bubble level works really well. Even tells you how many degrees off you are.
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