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Old 08-24-2010, 09:12 PM   #1
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Atwood Levelegs

Electric Attwood levellegs wouldn't retract. Replaced touch pad and module which seemingly fixed problem, but air bags won't stay inflated when engine turned off. Took it to Freightliner who says air dump valve faulty and is to be replaced. Talked to another rep. who stated problem could also be double solinoid. Any one having this type problem w/ Attwood levellegs, please reply.

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If the Level Legs are programmed correctly when activated they will dump the air from the air bags to lower the coach. If the air is leaking out of the bags by just shutting down the engine, then you have an issue outside of the Level Legs.
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