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Old 12-28-2012, 12:01 PM   #1
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My Sister and her husband have a Georgie Boy Landau 2003 and the leveling system is a Bigfoot.
The problem we are having is that during the leveling process, as the system nears the end, the last step is that the rear pads make a final adjustment downwards. Only the passenger side makes this adjustment which raises the drivers side pad off the ground.

Anyone that can help with this we appreciate it.
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Old 12-29-2012, 03:43 AM   #2
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Has anyone checked that coach for actual level with a carpenter's level? I take it this is an automatic system. If the coach is level, try switching to a manual mode and plant the driver side jack to the ground. You should be able to contact Contact Us - Bigfoot Quadra Manufacturing PO Box 536
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Has anyone checked that coach for actual level with a carpenter's level? I take it this is an automatic system. If the coach is level, try switching to a manual mode and plant the driver side jack to the ground. You should be able to contact Contact Us - Bigfoot Quadra Manufacturing PO Box 536
305 US 131 South
White Pigeon, MI 49099
Ph (269) 483-9633
Fax (269) 483-9636
for assistance.
That worked! Switched to manual mode, and set the pad on the ground without disturbing the level.
And yes, I checked it against a 4 ft level.

Thanks for the help.
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