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Old 11-01-2017, 07:57 PM   #1
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Power Gear Levelers - blinking green

Sometimes when auto-leveling, I get a blinking green light, and other times a solid green light. What's the difference? I couldn't find an explanation in the manual.
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Power Gear Levelers - blinking green

I get the same thing but have found no explanation other than in one manual it said blinking means already level. Why does it sometimes blink at end of auto level?
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I have the HWH air leveling system. When I press the level light twice it starts blinking green. When it is level the light goes steady green.
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Power gear is different. Any one familiar with power gear?
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Old 11-02-2017, 06:23 PM   #5
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Could it be telling you that it has reached what it believes to be level?
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I believe that it blinks as it gets nearer to level then solid when it is level.
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I've got the Power Gear Hydraulic system as well. Your question got me thinking and I realized that I have seen both conditions on my coach too,,,either a blinking green or steady green. So, I just went through the manual and there really is nothing specific about it other than a blinking green is supposed to mean that the coach is "already level". Well, I think I have seen it blinking green AFTER I let it auto level. But I have also seen a steady green. Weird. But as long as it works I'll take either!
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I have the HWH air leveling system. When I press the level light twice it starts blinking green. When it is level the light goes steady green.


What does HWH stand for?
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HardWorkingHydraulic Corporation. They make landing gears.

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Here is the link to the image posted above.

https://www.lci1.com/assets/content/...82-L0359-T.pdf
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I have seen this on mine as well.
I think that when solid green I feel I'm more level than when flashing. I'm currently in a flashing green level and the bathroom door doesn't want to stay open whereas the solid light level leaves it where placed.
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On my system the blinking green means it's not level, but landing gear has reached it's maximum.
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