Located this in the Meridian 2013 Manual. Locaated Beneath Entrance Step as listed Below. I just copied and pasted the pdf page. The is a picture but would not copy over. Here is the actual link to the manual and its located in Section 10. Hope this helps....
2013 Operator Manuals
• Do not try to drive vehicle unless “TRAVEL” light is glowing with ignition switch on.
• Do not try to drive the vehicle until the air suspension system has built up sufficient
pressure if you have used the coach leveling system or have used the DUMP button to manually
exhaust the air suspension system.
• Do not rely only upon the warning lights to indicate when jacks are up. It is the owner’s
responsibility to check that all jacks are up before moving the coach.
NOTE: If the Leveling Jacks should fail to retract, see “Troubleshooting” and emergency operation
instructions in the Leveling System Operation Guide provided in your InfoCase.
In The Event Of Accidental Jack Extension
1. Bring the vehicle to a safe and complete stop as soon as possible.
2. Turn the Leveling System Power switch ON, use the arrow “Down” button and select “Auto Retract”,
and press Enter.
3. Visually inspect the vehicle undercarriage for any problems.
4. See the Leveling System Operation Guide supplied in your InfoCase for troubleshooting
instructions or operating the Leveling System if jacks fail to retract or any other functions fail.
See the manufacturer’s operation guide provided in your InfoCase for complete operating
instructions, safety precautions, and troubleshooting tips.
See the Leveling System Operation Guide provided in your InfoCase for complete maintenance
instructions and information.
All maintenance should be done as part of the normal servicing of the coach.
The hydraulic oil level should be checked when the vehicle is first purchased, and then twice a
year - or more often if an oil leak develops in the system.
The hydraulic pump is located beneath the entrance step. Lift step cover and remove storage bin (if
equipped) to access.
NOTE: To get an accurate indication of oil level, Leveling Jacks must be in the retracted (IN)
Checking Hydraulic Oil Level
The hydraulic oil level is checked visually by inspecting the hydraulic oil reservoir. Always keep
the hydraulic oil level full (to the lip of the breather cap).
NOTE: Always clean away any dirt and debris from the top of the reservoir before removing the
breather cap to avoid entry of debris and contamination of hydraulic oil in the reservoir, which
could lead to pump failure or other problems.
Hydraulic Oil Reservoir (Located beneath entrance step)