Hydraulics leaking on Alaska Highway?
We are now on the Alaska Highway at Toad River moving towards Anchorage. Tonight- and it may be only tonight I have an internet connection. This evening while doing my regular walk around inspection I noticed some dampness with hydraulic fluid around the hydraulic lines connected to the two front jack in the vicinity of the couplings on our 2014 Itasca Sunstar 31 KE. I notice nothing major but clearly there is some small leakage. I put a wrench to the couplings and found they were both snug.
While on rough roads 2 times up here my LCI control center lit up and beeped with a "Jacks up" warning. Thats sure better than jacks down , but both times I immediately stopped and visually checked for a jack deployment. None seen, and I continued on after deactivating the control center.
I did check fluid level and it seemed full but I added about 1/4 cup 2 nights ago.
Not sure what to make of all this. If it is leaking it at the moment is very limited- less than a few drops it seems- but slightly damp with fluid for an inch or so near the coupling.
It will be at least 6 weeks before I can get it back to the dealer in Georgia for attention. Any thoughts , ideas or recommendation.
Joe a/k/a "Americanrascal"
2016 Winnebago Adventurer 38Q +tow dolly
8th RV to sit in our driveway in 35 years