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There is a switch on the leveler it looks like a rod sticking down they get dirty rusty wd40 took care of mine when it happened now I spray them regularly. Other option is verify they are up turn off the power and head out I would check them frequently to make sure they stay up.
http://www.irv2.com/forums/images/editor/separator.gif[/IMG]on47;2017914]My jacks are all up but the automatic system does not recognize one of the jack being up and I can not get the alarm system to stop so I can get on the road to home
If you can find your leveler fuse, and pull it, the "jack down" alarm may stop...(it does on my RVA jack system).
is it all the way up. I know at the beginning of the season mine get a little sticky and will stop an inch or less from being all the way up and the alarm sounds. I squirt wd40 on them and take a jack and jack up the one that isn't quite up and then hit the retract button. this pushes it all the way up and the alarm goes off.
Recently bought a 2011 Allegro 34TGA. Engine was running when my wife put the slides out. Did not know that ignition must be "on" (not running) to operate slides. Pushed button for "auto store" the leveling jacks. 3 retracted, but the left rear would not. Is there a way to reset the leveling system so the left rear leveler will retract? Sprayed cylinder with grease but no luck. Help, help !!!!