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Old 06-14-2022, 06:42 PM   #1
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Power gear jacks no push

Put my jacks down after being up all winter. Instead of making that healthy hydraulic sound they just kind of grumbled. When I got out and looked the front had come down but rear passenger side didnít. I lifted them again and then tried to lower them again. They all went down but theres no push against the ground to level the RV. 2004 National RV Dolphin LX series 6320. Any ideas on whatís going on?
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How’s the fluid level?
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Fluid level is fine. Sure it needs changed. I sprayed dry lube on the jacks and then excersized them a couple times. They now seem fine. Should I leave them down in the winter?
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You should see a grease fitting on the side near the bottom. Give a couple squeezes from a grease gun on each and run up and down a couple times.
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