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Old 03-07-2014, 08:34 PM   #15
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I had the same thing happen to me , and found out is was my inverter sounding off. I had left my 12 volt switch on for several days and my battery's were going down. After one trip I had to replace the inverter. Hope this helps
what are calling 12 v switch? Was the inverter alarm from the compartment where inverter is located? A series of 6-7 beeps?
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Old 03-07-2014, 08:35 PM   #16
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Does it happen in turns? Jack down warning, maybe low fluid?
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I believe wife would have isolated sound if from refrig, but perhaps not. I will check CO2 and turn signal but the series of beeps seems to be an irregular sound. Again, like cell phone/ipad.

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I've had my auto leveling lights & alarm go off a couple times while going down the road. Never figured why it did it. ??
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Old 03-07-2014, 09:27 PM   #19
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auto levelling jacks is my bet
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Old 03-07-2014, 09:46 PM   #20
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If I retract before leaving and forget to turn off power switch to jacks, mine tend to chirp a bit to remind me of my forgetfulness
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Old 03-08-2014, 07:16 AM   #21
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I often have issues with leveling jacks alarm but that is more of loud buzz rather than a muffled series of quick beeps (like digital cell phone/tablet).
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Old 03-08-2014, 06:24 PM   #22
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Some dash radios have alarm clocks built into them
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If you get one or 3 beeps at a regular interval it is likely one of the hazard detectors (Smoke, CO or Explosive gas) complaining about a bad battery, But if it happens "Every once in a while" kind of at random.... My guess would be jacks alarm with power gear jacks a bit low on fluid, epically if it quits after the engine is well warmed (Thus heating the oil in the tank).

Another beeping annoyance if it is COLD out is the )@#$@# Weather Pro Awning control box (if you have an electric awning) seems the old ones did not like freezing so they would beep at you.. But again it was a steady regular spaced beep. Took me a few days to track it down and disable the sensor (Switch on side of box)
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My jacks will beep and the red jack alarm come on. I stopped a couple of times to look and nothing was down. I hit the return just in case then turn it off. It's done it about 3 times on very rough roads. Not sure why but you ought to see a red light or something somewhere. I now just look at it periodically when driving and now of course it doesn't do it. Go figure.
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Jacks doing that. if power gear, you might try adding a cup of Dextron III to the tank.. Usually fixes it.

or if you really want to do it right, read manual (or sticker on tank) and top off per instructions.
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Our mystery beep was low batteries in the factory installed wall clock. Drove me crazy because it was intermittent.. Do you have a wall clock?
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Nope no wall clock-- that good one -- glad you were able to find it
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Jacks doing that. if power gear, you might try adding a cup of Dextron III to the tank.. Usually fixes it.

or if you really want to do it right, read manual (or sticker on tank) and top off per instructions.
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