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Posted: 02/06/12 01:33pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Problem with the Power gear leveling system on my 06 Jayco seneca
After starting and with ebrake on it goes throught its regular passe then all the lights stay on and it will nor run. will not do anything.

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I have an 06 Seneca, too. If you PM me with your email address, I'll send you a copy of the Powergear manual with trouble shooting tips.


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Google the model number with the fact all the lights stay on. There should be something helpful out there.


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Posted: 02/06/12 04:50pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have the Power Gear leveling system, had a question about it, and could not find an answer on their web site. I emailed them and they emailed an answer the next morning.


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Right from their web-site.

Mode: Internal Error
Indication:
All of the light’s are on solid indefinitely
Cause:
This is an internal error
Fix:
A new control box is needed. However, a new touch pad is not needed


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I sent them a email still waiting to hear back, Checked the fluid and it was all good. Tried unpluging the controll panel to reset and pluged back in and nothing changed. Hope its not the control box as I hear they could be over $600. Anyone else have any ideas Also does anyone know where the fuses are located on the 06 35GS ?
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Also does anyone have a wiring schematic on this unit I'd like to go throught the wiring and see if its that. I'm scheptical to go out and get a control box. I had a problem with another unit I owned and they wanted to replace the control panel after searching found it was the connection at the control box was loose )already checked this on this unit.

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alpineman wrote:

I sent them a email still waiting to hear back,
Don't hold your breath waiting. I was serious in my previous post. They will not talk to or correspond with their customers.
I have the service and repair manuals for mine that was in an 07 Seneca if you want them. They are in PDF format.

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Don't bother calling them as they will not talk to their customers. It used to be a company with excellent CS.

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