Brand: Thor Motor Coach
when it 'turns on' and beeps while driving, it's really indicating that one of the legs has seeped out of full retraction, as hydraulics can sometimes do, meaning that it has sensed it and is retracting it, and then it should go off on it's own. That's a safety feature, as mine has done that from time to time, for no apparent reason, but it's unnerving to say the least. All's good, though.
as for the 'angle' message, and low voltage - the volts are an indication of the HOUSE battery levels, and what the system has programmed as it's 'minimum' voltage to properly lower the legs, with the weight of the coach considered. It's not uncommon, though, for this to be the case for a lot of us, when we arrive at our destination. You can still use the system, but you have to press and hold MANUAL mode. Then, press each ARROW to lower those sets of legs. Sets are TWO, as the system will only raise legs in PAIRS(sets). If you see the arrow only lighted pointing toward the rear, then your rear is LOW. Press the arrow to lower the opposite, or front legs, first, stopping after you feel them both having touched the ground and raised the front for only a second. This gives the front a firm foundation, as you then press the REAR arrow to lower those legs. If you continue to hold the ARROW, even after the coach is being raised, it will AUTOMATICALLY stop once the coach is level, and the middle greeen light with show.
Of course, in manual mode, you can make any adjustments you wish, to the other arrows, if you feel the coach is still slightly unlevel on one side, etc. Door swings, especially the hall bath door, are good indications to being 'really' level, no matter what the LCI panel says.
You can also RESET the Level for the system. Refer to your manual, but the process is fairly simple - it's just pressing a set of button in a certain pattern, or several at the same time, once you feel you are level. The system will then try to use this 'level' from then on.
The 'angle' indicator is not one that I've seen too often, if ever, but it is apparently 'thinking' that it's sensing that the coach is leaning too far, one side or the other, or front or back, and will NOT allow the legs to be lowered(I believe, as a safety measure). While you know you're not at any extreme angle, this is probably a case to RESET the panel, pull the fuse, or use the owner's manual to figure out how to reset it. You should have a 'level' Sensor, maybe a black covered box, maybe below in one of the cargo bays, mounted to the ceiling. It is what the system refers to for level.
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