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Old 10-31-2020, 05:49 PM   #1
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96 Bounder hydraulic leveling system

Recently acquired 96 bounder. Leveling system control panel shows as on when pressing on/off switch. No sounds come from system. Pressing any button for one of the jacks the board turns off. Does this indicate an issue with the control panel or elsewhere in the system? New to RVs, any help is greatly appreciated
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Is there a brand name on the control panel ?

HWH ? Power Gear ?
Do you have any paper work for the system?
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Power Gear system. Paperwork I have is somewhat vague. There is power to board, I can turn it on. Touching any other button turns the panel off. Thinking there will be some trial and error to ascertain issue. Lol, I have all winter to figure it out. In the meantime I am going to get some 2x12 and make some leveling blocks to drive onto.
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Have you set parking brake? The board finds its ground through the park brake switch.
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