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Old 09-08-2017, 06:29 PM   #1
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Power gear acting up

I have a power gear air leveling system, air only and no jacks. We are living in coach and our 2008 Dynasty has been parked for 5 months. Now we are hearing a couple beeps every once in a while and noticed that the power gear panel in turning itself on and off. We park on level spot so we dump the air bags and do not use the power gear. I started the coach and the bags filled up, then turned on the power gear to auto level and it would start to level then turn off. Then tried to level manually but it would again shut off. While doing these proceduars the power gear will keep turning on and off even when the key is turned off. Help wanted please.
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You might have a loose connection in one of the plugs. I had a loose plug where it plugs into the circuit board in the front electrical compartment. Giving me problems off and on until I finally found it.

Try unplugging and plugging back in all the connections. If it still isn't working, you can always call Valid Power Gear. They are out of Vancouver, BC.
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Old 09-11-2017, 11:42 AM   #3
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power gear

the front electrical bay is fuses only and I do not see any plug in in that area, or do you mean the push button pad that controls the power gear such as auto and manual level
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