Originally Posted by TandCplusRV
If anybody's still kickin' around out there, let me ask you this: I haven't touched the jacks at all overnight but this morning when I was messing about the site, I noticed that the left front tire now appears to be totally on the ground or so close you can't really tell the difference. My right rear jack is also about 2 inches (maybe even less) off the ground now. Did it shift in the night? Is this majorly problematic? We're here just tonight and then putting her in storage until next weekend. Any thoughts would be much appreciated!
Could be you have leaky hydraulics, or that the ground settled underneath the jacks. Hard to say which with the information given.
Does the front left jack appear to have sunken into the ground any? Does there appear to be any hydraulic fluid leaking anywhere?
I know on my tractor, I had some seals in the hydraulic control valves go bad that allowed raised implements to 'settle' over time, even though there was no fluid escaping the system. I don't know if this can happen in the jack system on an RV, but I suspect it could.