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Old 03-24-2012, 07:10 AM   #15
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Power Gear makes, or made, both full electric as well as hydraulic levelers (the hydraulic were powered by a 12-volt pump. If you're referring to the 12 volt electric version then your 12-volt batteries must be in top condition. These jacks use a lot of current and so weak batteries would not work properly or not at all.

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The all electric control board #140-1226 will NOT operate without engine running.


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The all electric control board #140-1226 will NOT operate without engine running.
My previous post only considered the hydraulic PG jacks, NOT the electric ABOMINATION.......
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Re: Power Gear levelers. My manual says to have key in accessories osition not with engine running. If I start the engine I get a warning sound. They are concerned that you will try to move the MH with jacks extended. We have 03Dolphinlx
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I usually have the engine running, I don't think I get the warning unless I take off the parking brake or take it out of park.

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