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Old 07-12-2016, 05:01 PM   #1
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Air bag system question

I know when I use my level the air goes out of the bags and the motorhome settles approximately 3 inches, the last couple of times I have raised the jacks the airbags did not come up they were bottom
out. don't know what would have cosed this may be a control switch.
Has anyone else had this problem??
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Was the engine running? Was the air pressure all the way to it's proper level? If the answer to both of those questions is yes, you may want to try and run the engine to charge the air system before retracting the levelers and see if that helps.
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Was the engine running? Was the air pressure all the way to it's proper level? If the answer to both of those questions is yes, you may want to try and run the engine to charge the air system before retracting the levelers and see if that helps.
I will test them again today.
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Scatter brain,
Thanks for the heads up I tried them today like you said with motor running and everything worked out fine.
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