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Old 06-27-2020, 07:30 PM   #1
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Self leveling issues

Hi all we have a 2014 36 rl which is parked on a seasonal site and stays there all year. During the winter the self leveling juacks will lift the camper apprx inch and half with the battery’s removed. Last week while we were gone it moved up a half inch. Has this ever happened to anyone else? Im at a loss not sure how the hydraulics can move the camper. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated

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Old 07-04-2020, 04:41 PM   #2
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If it is plugged in, it might happen, but I don't know why.
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Hi all we have a 2014 36 rl which is parked on a seasonal site and stays there all year. During the winter the self leveling juacks will lift the camper apprx inch and half with the battery’s removed. Last week while we were gone it moved up a half inch. Has this ever happened to anyone else? Im at a loss not sure how the hydraulics can move the camper. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated

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Mine is the opposite we leave ours in Florida. Over the summer every year we return in the fall the unit is on an angle, where the left front is low. This year I propped up the left side. Will see this fall.
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