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Old 08-01-2016, 10:06 AM   #21
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Join Date: Jan 2016
Location: Stephenson
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Originally Posted by ATCguy View Post
I guess the guys at Dutchmen must've gotten gotten mine 'right'.

I've not done anything at all to upgrade my battery bay... I still have/use the original battery that came with the unit... and when I turn the battery disconnect switch located in the basement "OFF", everything is off. I come back 6 weeks later, turn the switch "ON"... and I've got power.

About the only thing that gives trouble after letting the unit sit for long periods w/o power is the pump in the Level-Up hydraulic jack system. It'll begin working, then stop, with a message on the control panel stating LOW POWER. So I have to plug in to the truck for a few minutes and allow the battery to charge a bit before being able to completely raise the jacks.
Thought I was the only one with this problem. Had to replace my pump though.

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