Originally Posted by lakebuster
Told someone to hit auto level on DSDP. They accidently hit manual dump. I did not notice how low the coach was until I went in to remove key from ignition. Tried auto level and system just blinked. It was showing level via my 3' manual level so I just lowered jacks manually until touching. I do realize if we would have been on an uneven site the steps would have been crushed. Two questions
1) What is manual dump for?
2) Did it hurt to level in this mode, MH looked much better (As in lower to ground) than in normal auto leveling?
No problem. You just hit the "Auto Air Dump". This just lets all the air out of the suspension. Actually, if the ground is level I prefer doing just that. As far as the auto level (Hydraulic), it will deflate the suspension some what and then deploy the jacks. If you have air level, it must be selected from normal ride height. If you are aired down fully and want to air level (If so equipped) it will first have to be aired up again.
But no, you have done nothing that would hurt the rig.