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Old 05-23-2018, 05:38 PM   #1
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I own a 2002 National Diesel 35 Motorhome. Yesterday I was unable to move the leveling jacks and no lights show up on the control panel. I am also unable to dump the air. I reset the lever on the 150A breaker, but no change. Is the breaker faulty or may there be another issue?
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Leveling jacks and Air Dump issues

As of yesterday I am unable to dump the air or use the leveling jacks. No lights show up on the control panel. I reset the 150A breaker but no change. Any ideas?
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I have to have the ignition key turned on (not running) to accomplish these tasks.
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You may have blown a fuse that runs the panel. Is your slide hydraulic, and does it still work. They quite often share the same pump if it is an hwh system. I know my jacks werent working when I first bought it, and it was a fuse blown in one of the fuse panels under the dash. The slide still worked, so I knew there was nothing wrong with the pump.
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It is impossible to offer help without knowing the brand and model# of your jack system.
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I will get that next time I'm out to Birch Bay WA. Tx
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Maybe a 12VDC fuse blown.

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