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Old 06-30-2015, 09:26 AM   #81
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Another great new feature, The remote control in this unit actually does what it's supposed to do; work. LOL Love that feature for everything it does.
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Old 06-30-2015, 03:15 PM   #82
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[QUOTE=MikeNChelle;316852]With the 3.0 system you NEED to have 6" x 6" blocks under the rear jacks and only have the front slip pads extended so you split the #5 hole in them with the actual "leg" of the front landing gear. After all of this and a few re-calibrations, I think I have it. I finally got the "Leveling Successful" screen. By the time I'm done I'll have it all down and be a pro at this thing. *** Note to self when operating this system. The new unit has 4 steps and are VERY close to the ground. Make sure they are up or you will probably damage them. Glad I saw it before they hit the ground...


How timely! My DH has been struggling with the 3.0. Called the manufacturer and was told how to 0 it out. Then he followed your recommendations. BINGO! Now on to figuring out where to put things in the new configuration.

Can you believe all the bells and whistles on this thing? The internal water filter is so nice...giving our external system to our daughter and son-in-law. We are just so happy with our decision.
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Old 06-30-2015, 03:57 PM   #83
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With the 3.0 system you NEED to have 6" x 6" blocks under the rear jacks and only have the front slip pads extended so you split the #5 hole in them with the actual "leg" of the front landing gear. After all of this and a few re-calibrations, I think I have it. I finally got the "Leveling Successful" screen. By the time I'm done I'll have it all down and be a pro at this thing. *** Note to self when operating this system. The new unit has 4 steps and are VERY close to the ground. Make sure they are up or you will probably damage them. Glad I saw it before they hit the ground...


How timely! My DH has been struggling with the 3.0. Called the manufacturer and was told how to 0 it out. Then he followed your recommendations. BINGO! Now on to figuring out where to put things in the new configuration.

Can you believe all the bells and whistles on this thing? The internal water filter is so nice...giving our external system to our daughter and son-in-law. We are just so happy with our decision.
Glad I could help. I also learned how to clear a few other codes & errors. I had the same filter system on my 2012 351 RLTS so it is very nice. I also have one in the fridge on this unit. Congrats on the new unit and happy trails.
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Old 06-30-2015, 09:10 PM   #84
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I had issues with the 3.0 system on our maiden voyage too. I'm getting it figured out. My service mgr told me there was an app "My LCI" that gave you access to all the written manuals for Lippert components on your phone. It has been helpful.
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Old 07-01-2015, 09:37 AM   #85
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I had issues with the 3.0 system on our maiden voyage too. I'm getting it figured out. My service mgr told me there was an app "My LCI" that gave you access to all the written manuals for Lippert components on your phone. It has been helpful.
The dealer printed that manual out for me and gave me a DVD with everything on it that they use at the shop for repairs and ordering parts. It's come in handy already. Glad you're getting it all figured out.
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Old 07-03-2015, 05:54 AM   #86
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Why did the ice melt going down the road. Do they not have a inverter set up to run the fridge while traveling? Our unit is supposed to be delivered any day now. We are excited.
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With the 3.0 system you NEED to have 6" x 6" blocks under the rear jacks and only have the front slip pads extended so you split the #5 hole in them with the actual "leg" of the front landing gear. After all of this and a few re-calibrations, I think I have it. I finally got the "Leveling Successful" screen. By the time I'm done I'll have it all down and be a pro at this thing. *** Note to self when operating this system. The new unit has 4 steps and are VERY close to the ground. Make sure they are up or you will probably damage them. Glad I saw it before they hit the ground...


How timely! My DH has been struggling with the 3.0. Called the manufacturer and was told how to 0 it out. Then he followed your recommendations. BINGO! Now on to figuring out where to put things in the new configuration.

Can you believe all the bells and whistles on this thing? The internal water filter is so nice...giving our external system to our daughter and son-in-law. We are just so happy with our decision.
6x6 as in you need 6 inches of height because other wise the piston didn't have enough length and it maxes out? If that is the case then I feel this is utter bs. In my opinion the ram is installed to high in the frame or is to small for its job. I can see pads to keep them from sinking but that is about it. I think you are referring to the rear but blocks under the front are a big no no in my book. Bump the trailer wrong and it falls off, or one jack falls off worse yet.
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I had issues with the 3.0 system on our maiden voyage too. I'm getting it figured out. My service mgr told me there was an app "My LCI" that gave you access to all the written manuals for Lippert components on your phone. It has been helpful.
Hey, I just wanted to say thanks for the pointer on that app!! I have the GC 2.0 system and so far, it's worked really well but I like having access to the troubleshooting guides, documentation, etc. right on my phone.
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Why did the ice melt going down the road. Do they not have a inverter set up to run the fridge while traveling? Our unit is supposed to be delivered any day now. We are excited.
They shut the fridge OFF after they showed us it worked. Ice melted very quickly and the went all over our new floor. I have a soggy area under the fridge where all the water soaked into. Waiting to hear about that from the dealer.
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6x6 as in you need 6 inches of height because other wise the piston didn't have enough length and it maxes out? If that is the case then I feel this is utter bs. In my opinion the ram is installed to high in the frame or is to small for its job. I can see pads to keep them from sinking but that is about it. I think you are referring to the rear but blocks under the front are a big no no in my book. Bump the trailer wrong and it falls off, or one jack falls off worse yet.
Yes it needs 6" of block otherwise it bottoms out. They said they couldn't mount the rams any lower for fear they would get torn off on an incline.
Yes only blocks on the rear. I have solid rock blocks if I ever need them for the front and they are only 3", but don't imagine having to use them. The system isn't smart enough to know that it's about to run out of ram and either raise or lower another jack to compensate the issue it's having. It's better than what we had in the other unit, but far from being what it should be.
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