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Had the same issue when I had a Safari. The leveling system also powers the main slide, if you have one. Make sure you donít have any leaks in that system either. The hoses for the slide in my unit were leaking making the alarm go off because I could not keep enough fluid in the tank. If you have verified there is nothing else leaking you probably need to add some more fluid to the tank. I use to have the procedure for doing this, essentially you need enough hydraulic fluid in the tank to keep full level sensor good. When either the leveling feet are down or the slide is out the fluid in the tank should be low enough to set off the alarm if the engine is turned on. Hope this helps..