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Old 06-18-2019, 04:33 PM   #1
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2001 Dolphin Level jacks

My leveling jacks won't work. I get a green lite at the panel, but nothing when I try to deploy. Check all fuses I am aware of. Should be on same circuit as generator (which works).ideas?
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My leveling jacks won't work. I get a green lite at the panel, but nothing when I try to deploy. Check all fuses I am aware of. Should be on same circuit as generator (which works).ideas?
I would start by checking your connections on the pump and check your ground wiring.
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Old 06-19-2019, 06:23 AM   #3
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BEFORE YOU OPERATE THE SYSTEM:
The leveling system shall only be operated under the following conditions:
1. The coach is parked on a reasonably level surface.
2. The coach "PARKING BRAKE" is engaged.
3. The coach transmission should be in the neutral or park position.
4. The ignition is in the run position, or engine is running.
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What leveling system do you have? i.e. Power Gear, The name should be on the control panel.
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Is salesman switch on? Needs 12v from house battery to operate.
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Everything stated so far has been checked. I will be back at RV on Sunday and will dig a bit deeper.
THX,
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Everything stated so far has been checked. I will be back at RV on Sunday and will dig a bit deeper.
THX,
Best of luck to you.
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What leveling system do you have? i.e. I have Power Gear system.

On mine Engine running, transmission in Park, and parking brake set..
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I had a 01 NRV Surfside and the jack pad would light up but not work. Turned out to be the parking brake switch was gunked up dust , lint and dirt from inside the motorhome. Make sure the indicator light on your dash shows parking brake switch is working correct. Note the jack system works off the house and chassis battery's it requires power from both.
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