While driving down the interstate the driver side front leveling jack dropped unexpectedly. Fortunately I was able to pull off the highway without incident. When I crawled under the coach I discovered the jack could be pushed freely up and down. I was able to use a ratchet strap to hold the leg up for the remainder of our trip home. I am wondering if anyone else has had this experience and how it was remedied, aside from replacing the jack with a new unit. Thanks
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To get correct help its always best to explain what system you are asking about. Power Gear made many different systems. Power down/ spring up Hydralic down/ hydralic up and Electric like in the previous answer which probably addresses your question.
2019 Horizon 42Q
Cummins L-9 450 HP
Maxum Chassis / IFS with Tag