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Old 09-25-2009, 12:53 PM   #1
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Quick Help Needed - Alarm for Jacks?

I posted this on the Newmar Owners forum as well - thought I would try here also.

We are supposed to drive our 2000 Kountry Star to my hubby's mother's 100 year birthday party on Sunday (about 350 miles). He leveled it today using the hydraulic jacks and when he put them back up with the coach engine running there was an alarm sounding. One of the jacks bottom plate was cockeyed and he tried to level it but took the plate off and the 2 springs. The alarm is still sounding and the RV repair said it is because of this happening. They do not work on Saturday and I doubt we can get it in this afternoon. They said we could disable the alarm. Can anyone tell me where this is located??? We don't want to drive 350 miles with that awful alarm on.

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