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I have a class A 34ft. 1997 coachman motorhome. One

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I have a class A 34ft. 1997 coachman motorhome. One stabilizing jack isn't quite up and the alarm won't shut off. I want to drive the MH to the dealer to get the jack fixed. Is there any way to shut off the alarm? IE: a fuse ?
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: RV
Expert:  Robert replied 2 years ago.
Hi my name is Robert...
IF they are hydraulic jacks what you can try and do is top off the hydraulic reservoir, as the jacks retract the fluid gets pushed back to the tank and raises a float switch. You might be able to trick the system by filling the fluid as it would think the jacks are up. IF that does not work then please let me know the manufacturer of the jacks, it should say on the controls...... Robert

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