DISCONNECTING TOW VEHICLE FROM TRAILER
Before disconnecting trailer from towing vehicle, lower one or both rear
leveling jack assembly into down position and lock to prevent the kitchen
from tipping when it is released.
The leveling jacks are heavy and will swing free when the push-lock pins
are removed. To avoid serious injury keep your head out from under the
trailer when lowering jacks.
Lower one or both of the rear leveling jacks (1). Remove the push-lock pin (2) from the jack brace
assembly (3) and let the jack brace (3) hang down. Now remove the push-lock pin (2) from the leveling
jack (1). Allow the leveling jack to swing down into a hanging position. Connect the jack brace (3) to the
leveling jack (1) and secure the jack brace (3) with the push-lock pin (2).
Lift side travel covers to remove the jack handles (4) from their storage locations on the side ramps.
Remove the jack handle (4) from its storage place on the side ramp. Insert the jack handle (4) into the
leveling jack (1) through the hole in the trailer frame (5). Turn the handle to lower the jack foot pad (6) to
within 4 to 6 inches of the ground.