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Old 10-15-2015, 09:14 PM   #11
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I had a minor problem with the bigfoot leveler. Got the family loaded up in the mh to leave for a trip after tripple checking everything with mh and the stick house got in the drivers seat fired up the motor and heard the levelers beeping like crazy. I couldn't figure out the problem and was ready to cancel the trip. I gave bigfoot a call and with in five minutes we were on the road. I just had to hold the emergency retract button for a few seconds so the leveler would pull up tighter against the sensor. The tech suggested putting rubber vaccum caps on the sensors to give it a tighter fit. I have not done it yet and so far so good. I gotta give them credit it was nice to speak to an actual knowledgable person willing to help.
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Old 10-16-2015, 08:56 AM   #12
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I had a minor problem with the bigfoot leveler. Got the family loaded up in the mh to leave for a trip after tripple checking everything with mh and the stick house got in the drivers seat fired up the motor and heard the levelers beeping like crazy. I couldn't figure out the problem and was ready to cancel the trip. I gave bigfoot a call and with in five minutes we were on the road. I just had to hold the emergency retract button for a few seconds so the leveler would pull up tighter against the sensor. The tech suggested putting rubber vaccum caps on the sensors to give it a tighter fit. I have not done it yet and so far so good. I gotta give them credit it was nice to speak to an actual knowledgable person willing to help.
The vacuum caps work perfectly. Put them on our limit switches after two false alarms.
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