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Old 03-04-2013, 05:19 PM   #15
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I know this is an old thread but it applies to my situation. The rear levelers are down and won't retract. Also, the front levelers won't even extend. When I put the engine in gear the Power Gear control panel starts blinking and makes an alarm, but the rear levelers still don't retract.

I can't find a fuse box for this system to see if that is the issue.
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Are they 12V or hydraulic jacks?
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Old 03-04-2013, 05:28 PM   #17
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Are they 12V or hydraulic jacks?
Hydraulic.
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I know this is an old thread but it applies to my situation. The rear levelers are down and won't retract. Also, the front levelers won't even extend. When I put the engine in gear the Power Gear control panel starts blinking and makes an alarm, but the rear levelers still don't retract.

I can't find a fuse box for this system to see if that is the issue.
Most likely a DC circuit breaker on your 12vdc board and it could be tripped. Might even be on the backside of the board. Reset is sometimes with a button or a little handle. Also check for an inline fuse near the hyd. fluid reservoir.
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Most likely a DC circuit breaker on your 12vdc board and it could be tripped. Might even be on the backside of the board. Reset is sometimes with a button or a little handle. Also check for an inline fuse near the hyd. fluid reservoir.
I haven't found any circuit breakers that are tripped, nor have I located an in line fuse.
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I haven't found any circuit breakers that are tripped, nor have I located an in line fuse.
There should be a large 12v hot terminal on the reservoir then, so see if you have power there along with control voltage for the solenoids. Might as well check the fluid level as well, while you're at it.
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I finally got my levelers to work. What I had to do was to run the generator for a few minutes first. I'm guessing my batteries don't have enough power.
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