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Old 08-31-2015, 07:36 PM   #1
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levelleg bounder 2006

Im having trouble with my attwood levelleg jack system. Digital board is not working, nothing. Changed out batteries and it went flat, everything else seems fine. Does any one know where the hide the electrical panel or fuses to the system on a 2006, 34ft bounder diesel rig ? Thanks
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You should have a black box near or in the power cord compartment that is marked "Battery Control Center". Look for a blown fuse of tripped circuit breaker for your jacks in there.
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