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Old 05-17-2015, 01:11 PM   #1
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Hitch jack level lost fluid.

My hitch jack level seems to have lost it's fluid. This I assume is not water, do I need a new one to replace it? Would this be covered under warranty on a 2015? Thanks!

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Old 05-17-2015, 01:17 PM   #2
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Your stab jack is typical gear driven. Either manual or electric. No fluids other than some grease.


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Old 05-17-2015, 01:25 PM   #3
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The level fluid is probably alcohol of some liquid that does not freeze at normal winter temps.

I would say you probably need a new one, as I have never seen one lose it's fluid unless it broke.

I have no idea if it would be covered by Airstream, but the manufacturer of the level should cover it unless you smashed it in some sort of accident.
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The jack would be covered under the jack makers warranty. Contact them directly. Maybe they can send you a new one. I have found mine to be totally useless.
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If the fluid came out with no damage to the level (glass or plastic) I would assume this would be covered under warranty. It has developed a leak. Refiliing it is not an option.

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I think Airstream uses Barker jacks still. Contact Barker and they'll probably mail you one out free.

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I took the level off and tilted it in all directions and did not see a bubble. I put it in my pocket and later after contacting the dealer went to place it in the refridgerator as they suggested, why I don't know. When I took it out of my pocket the bubble was there again. I put it back on the tongue jack. Weird, I would have sworn it was empty of fluid.

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