6. The motor home will be level when the top green light stops blinking and all the yellow lights are out. If desired, the "ALL JACKS RETRACT" or "MANUAL" mode can be done instantly at any time during any operation. However, this will override and cancel the automatic operation. To re-initiate the automatic operation, press the automatic switch.
7. When leveling is complete, turn off switch labeled "POWER" on the control console. Turn off the ignition key.
1. Turn on switch labeled "POWER" on the control console.
2. Press rocker switch labeled "ALL JACKS RETRACT" and release. The bottom green light will start blinking and all jacks will start retracting. This operation has a four minute timer after which the bottom green light will stop blinking and go out.
On coaches prior to 2000, the "ALL JACKS RETRACT" switch has a built in redundancy feature that allows you to retract the jacks when the "POWER" switch is off. If there is power to the control console (ignition key is on and all fuses related to the automatic are good), simply press and hold the "ALL JACKS RETRACT" switch and the jacks will retract as long as you hold the switch down. This feature can be used if the control console malfunctions after the jacks are extended. In the event that all power is disabled, not available, or the control console is not powered, the jacks, can still be retracted with the manual retract T-valves on the valve complex located somewhere outside your motor home. Contact your dealer, installer, or manufacturer for its location. As you face the valve complex you will see three T-valve handles. The valve located furthest from the reservoir corresponds to the left rear jack, the valve in the center corresponds to the front jack, and the T-valve on the right corresponds to the right rear jack. When the T-valves are opened (turned counterclockwise) the fluid flows back to the motor pump reservoir and the appropriate jack will retract. When these valves are used, remember to close the T-valves after use, otherwise neither the automatic nor the manual system will operate properly.