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Old 12-08-2009, 03:26 PM   #15
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Red face leveling jacks

Have you solved the problem yet on the jacks.I have just purchased a 2007 Grayhawk that uses these jacks and the manual states that they should be calibrated first,it also showes you how to do it .I have a copy of how to do it here if I could send it to you or you can go to the site and read it.It was already stated here to go to PowerGear and the first problem may solve your problem.If I can help let me know.

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Old 12-09-2009, 07:49 AM   #16
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As Richard said, and in the case of the later model PowerGear systems their four jack system operates like a three jack system. The only control you have between the front and rear jacks is raising the front and/or raising the back jacks and they can be done separately. You cannot raise the front/rear left and right side/s separately.

My PowerGear system is automatic. But if I want to use it in the manual mode I just watched how it functions in the automatic mode. It always lifts the front first. PowerGear says the same thing. Lift the front until it raises the motorhome about 2 inches. Then raise the rear until it lifts the back of the coach. At this point level it front to rear, after this then do left to right. As Richard mentioned above, the front jacks will follow the rear jacks one side will ease off while the other side goes up or vice/versa whichever side your raising.

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