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Old 11-03-2017, 09:28 AM   #15
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On my system the blinking green means it's not level, but landing gear has reached it's maximum.
This sounds more like it.
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Looks like that means it is already level, which is strange when the auto level process lifts the coach in different directions before it settles down, then flashes that it is already level.
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On my system the blinking green means it's not level, but landing gear has reached it's maximum.
Do you have the PowerGear system, Hayward3411?
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Yup, Power Gear, my control panel will indicate a out of level status by blinking (flashing) arrow that shows which area needs a correction (front/back/left/right).
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We are talking the green power gear logo level light in the middle. Sometimes it is solid and sometimes blinking. What does this mean?
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We are talking the green power gear logo level light in the middle. Sometimes it is solid and sometimes blinking. What does this mean?

I have LCI system, so may be of no help. When I level manually the best I can get is blinking center logo, even though the coach is level when checked with carpenter's level and there is still plenty of jack extension unused. When I use auto level can get the solid unless it runs out of jack. My guess is that the light blinks when close to level but not exactly the same as the computer "level" point.

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1. Less stressful on coach
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3. Better jack utilization on slopes
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