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Old 06-30-2010, 01:20 PM   #1
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I have a Power Gear leveling system (500629)on my 2005 HR. Auto leveling works but the MH is not level. I want to re-cal but I have no
Manual leveling. There is no on light when I press the Manual button. Is there a separate fuse or other reason for Auto to work but manual will not?

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Go to the Power Gear website. Select your MH mfg, system, etc and you can get a lot of technical bulletins on your system. That's of about all the help you will get from Power Gear.

Nest time you might get better responses if you post in a motorhome specific forum. 500629 means nothing to me.

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Check this link out has your number. Use the trouble section.
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