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Old 10-17-2021, 01:14 PM   #1
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Depressurize safely?

My lippert leveling system pressure switch started leaking. Iíve a new one on order, but Iím unsure how to safely and cleanly remove pressure from the system to change it. Pressure is on it all the time because itís hydraulic both directions. Anyone already got the T shirt?
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My lippert leveling system pressure switch started leaking. Iíve a new one on order, but Iím unsure how to safely and cleanly remove pressure from the system to change it. Pressure is on it all the time because itís hydraulic both directions. Anyone already got the T shirt?
Here is their procedure... in color!
https://support.lci1.com/videos/leve...ch-replacement
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Thanks. I don't have a level up, but I suppose the process will be the same.
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Thanks. I don't have a level up, but I suppose the process will be the same.
Well all I had to go on was this "lippert leveling system pressure switch", so let me try again...


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Thanks. I don't have a level up, but I suppose the process will be the same.
I just watched the video. That pressure switch is on the retract side only so that process just depressurizes the retract side.

I'd contact Lippert myself. The pressure in the system can cause an amputation. Or worse.

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