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Old 07-19-2016, 05:11 AM   #1
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RVA leveling system on 1999 Beaver Patroit

I am having trouble retracting my levelers on my 1999 Beaver Patroit Ticonderoga. I am looking for info on the location of the manual retracting valves and the pump and reservoir on my coach. Any ideas?
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I am having trouble retracting my levelers on my 1999 Beaver Patroit Ticonderoga. I am looking for info on the location of the manual retracting valves and the pump and reservoir on my coach. Any ideas?
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My RVA JII jack pump with reservoir and manual valves looks like this:


On my coach it is located in the curb side compartment forward of the rear wheels.

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Mel. Thanks a lot for the info. I have been busy out of town for a little while but back at the rig now and I will start looking for the valve/pump/reservoir unit. I have it in a campground now with the levelers down and won't have to move it until the end of October so I have some time. I have worked a little with hydraulics so that's a plus. Both the main controller down in the engine control compartment the the remote one next to the driver's seat seem to be operating fine. It could be a lot of things and if I can't get them to retract with the controller or manual retracting backed at the pump I will slowly loosen up the hydraulic hoses at each ram and drain the fluid out and retract them manually by loosing the nut and applying force from underneath to pads to get them up.
Thanks again for the tips and picture.
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You should not have to do all of that to get them to retract.

In the above photograph, on the other side, should be three valves you simply unscrew and that relieves the pressure and the springs will pull the jack pads up.


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Ok thanks a lot Mel. I really appreciate all of your help. If I can be of assistance just give me a shout.
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