Originally Posted by Bluesky46
I have been told leveling jacks are hogs on your power and should only be operated when plugged into shore power or when the generator is running. I also had an issue one time where mine didn't want to work at all, and I did what Greyhawk01 just said and disconnected the switch panel for a few minutes and when i put it back on everything worked fine.
I appreciate the advice. I'll give that a try. At the moment I am busy reroofing my garage. My wife Sandra says we are not going anywhere until we get that done. I had a blue tarp on it until the tarp rotted away, then I covered it in clear poly.
Since we returned from our last and first trip in our new Jayco Greyhawk, I have torn off and replaced the whole roof. As of today I have it all dried in with felt and have the edge molding on plus the starter course laid. All my bundles of shingles are on the roof. Next I need to get busy laying them. I should "if the weather cooperates" have it done in just a couple of days. Then I will get back to the Motor Home.
A question: Would disconnecting the battery be the same as disconnecting the switch panel? If not, then how did you do that. Mine operates with 4 separate toggles in the left rear storage box. I don't have the switch panel with the electronic diagram of the 4 jacks on it.
Thanks again for the help.