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Old 01-30-2020, 06:59 PM   #1
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Equalizer Leveling System

2019 Entegra Vision

Today my control panel started to chime for no reason going down road.
What could be the reason for this?
First time i pressed the retract all legs, then power off.

It was quiet for about 10 minutes, then went off again.
Thoughts?
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Check for loose feet on the leveler and hydraulic fluid if it is a hydraulic system.

I have had this happen on the BigFoot system and it turned out that one foot was a little loose so it did not keep the sensor plunger all the way up, bouncing down the road. I hope your fix is as simple.
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Check for loose feet on the leveler and hydraulic fluid if it is a hydraulic system.

I have had this happen on the BigFoot system and it turned out that one foot was a little loose so it did not keep the sensor plunger all the way up, bouncing down the road. I hope your fix is as simple.
Will check out in morning....
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Check for loose feet on the leveler and hydraulic fluid if it is a hydraulic system.

I have had this happen on the BigFoot system and it turned out that one foot was a little loose so it did not keep the sensor plunger all the way up, bouncing down the road. I hope your fix is as simple.
Will check out in morning....
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