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Old 05-07-2013, 07:10 PM   #1
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LCI leveler system shows "Jacks down" but they are all up???

I have a Georgetown MH with LCI levelers and slide room system. When I store the jacks, the "jacks down" light is on but all jacks are up. I can hear the pump cut on and off. Anyone have any thoughts? I get beeps also. What can I look for? Where are the sensors for the jacks? Any help will be appreciated.

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Old 05-07-2013, 07:35 PM   #2
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Your Power Pack may be failing. There may not be enough return pressure in the lines to trip the solenoid. Call Lippert. I had issues last year, they were great to deal with.
this will sound like a crazy question, but what colour is the cap of the reservoir? It was a question they asked me, I told them mine is yellow, that seemed to mean something to them and I got my Power Pack replaced under warranty, even though it was past date.
But like I said call Lippert.

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The lippert manual lists 2 possibilities Low fuid level - fill reservoir to proper level with ATF, or Retract pressure switch inoperable - check connection o r replace. Hope this helps. I'd check the fluid level. JM2...
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