From the bloggers at Gypsy Journal RV.
They say that timing is everything, and for some reason whenever an RVer is getting ready to hit the road, the gremlins decide that is the perfect time to mess with you. You don’t have to be an RV tech to be able to do some quick fixes to solve a lot of problems so you can get on the road in a timely manner.
Here is one example – we have had a recurring problem with our right rear leveling jack. It deploys fine when we get to a campground, but every so often when it’s time to leave it seems to take forever for the jack to fully retract. It starts to go up but then when it gets about an inch or two from being fully stowed in the travel position, it stops. I’ve had to run it up and down two or three times to get it to retract all the way. And while I’m sure we could safely drive with it that way, the noisy Jacks Down alarm gets aggravating real quick.
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