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Old 02-07-2022, 02:24 PM   #1
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Mountain Aire Air system

We have 2021 Mountain Aire, with air leveling, I believe itís Hadley Air. My question when storing it where to a set air system, I have been putting it to Standby but I am not sure that is correct? I started it today and it didnít take long to air up. Unless when I left last time I didnít switch it to Standby. I store it plugged in to 30 amp power.
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You would only use that system when you didn't want to use your jacks, like if the ground was soft. It will go to the correct setting as soon as you start the coach and get going. Don't worry about it. Enjoy your new coach!
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I too have a 2021 MA and I actually use the system to level the coach before I bring my slides in or out. To me, the slides just move in and out better/smoothly, even though the coach is already at ride height. Then, when I store my coach, after my slides are out, I deploy the jacks, that dumps the air and then re-levels the coach.
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Those are good tips Thanks.

When we store the coach in the barn I donít put the jacks down. When we are driving itís in travel mode. So when I put it away I donít have to do anything or set it to Standby?
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