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Old 12-07-2021, 08:41 PM   #1
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Leveler warning buzzer

I have a 2001 Endeavor, my levelers are completely retracted but the warning buzzer continues to signal that the levelers have not fully retracted.
Can someone describe for me where the sensor for this warning buzzer is located?
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I had a Newmar Ventana with HMH levelers. Had the same issue, and they even started buzzing when driving down the road. I picked up a 2x4 and carried it with me to stick under the jacks to pry them up. Pain in the buttocks but it worked fine. Such is life on the road. Seems they just get within a half inch or so of "all in" some times. Good luck!
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I have a 2001 Endeavor, my levelers are completely retracted but the warning buzzer continues to signal that the levelers have not fully retracted.
Can someone describe for me where the sensor for this warning buzzer is located?
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I had a Newmar Ventana with HMH levelers. Had the same issue, and they even started buzzing when driving down the road. I picked up a 2x4 and carried it with me to stick under the jacks to pry them up. Pain in the buttocks but it worked fine. Such is life on the road. Seems they just get within a half inch or so of "all in" some times. Good luck!
I did just that, for quick fix, called Tec for advice next stop before setting up for the night extended all jacks to max, sprayed with WD 40, wiped with rag. All good now.
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Sensor is in the hydraulic reservoir tank. The way it works is lowing the jacks pumps fluid from the tank into the jack rams, which lowers the fluid level in the tank. When the tank level goes down a certain amount the sensor sets off the buzzer. A system low on fluid will set off the buzzer too even though the jacks are up. One of the first symptoms of a low fluid level is buzzing when going around a sharp corner or down a bump like a driveway entrance that causes the RV to tilt.
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