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Old 11-05-2013, 08:31 PM   #1
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Big Foot leveling system-Alarm

I have a big foot leveling system and the panel indicates all jacks up, however is still get an alarm. I checked the jack fluid with all jacks up on the two reservoirs and that are topped off. I also looked at the the limit switches and they are all in contact with the jacks. Just to make sure the limit switches were pushed in enough I installed 1/4" vacuum plugs on the end of the plunger rods. If the limit switches were bad I assume the all jacks up light would not light up when the jacks are up. Anybody have experience with this system?
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I think you could have another alarm that is not part of the Big Foot leveling system. If all the light are correct no alarm will be given on this system. To verify, remove fuse and/or circuit breaker for the leveling system and see if the alarm continues or stops.
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The alarm is coming from the leveling control panel and I can stop the alarm momentarily by pushing the emgcy retract button so I'm pretty sure it's the Big Foot.
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Call the Bigfoot customer service. They are very helpful and will help you trouble shot the problem.
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