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Old 04-04-2014, 12:09 PM   #1
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Leveling system power

Question: where does the leveling system get it's electrical power, chassis or coach batteries?

Got a lower power warning on the leveling pad. Had just driven for six hours on inverter power. Went to level once we got home (engine running). Warning light came on. I shut off the engine, restarted and light went out and leveling began.
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Old 04-04-2014, 03:38 PM   #2
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Im thinking chassis battery since the low voltage warning corresponds to the voltage gauge on the dash (chassis battery). That voltage regulator is weird... Ive never seen a gauge that acts like that... I usually don't do anything unless the voltage is above 13V, anything below that... electrical warnings starts popping up. Happened when my wife put it in DRIVE and low voltage warning came up... she did this while the voltage was below 13V.
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I have the 36.1 and I never get that warning but I always have my gen on before I go to put my jacks down
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