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Old 06-07-2015, 07:29 AM   #11
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your coach has an equalizer leveling system. Look on their website or in your manual for instructions on how to set your auto level. I usually put a small round level in a few spots in the middle of the coach on the floor just to make sure that the tile itself is level.

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Old 06-07-2015, 07:41 AM   #12
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If you have the equalizer system this may help:

Setting the Null: The Null or “Level Position” has been preset from the Factory. However, if the coach is not level following an attempt to AUTOLEVEL, the Null is easy to reprogram. To set the Null, Apply Park Brake, Turn the Ignition Key On, push and release the Keypad POWER Button to engage power. The POWER Button and Ignition On (LED’s), should be lit RED when power is on. Level the coach by deploying jacks manually (using the DOWN ▼ keypad buttons, extend each jack until the coach is level), or by simply parking the coach on a Level Site. You do not need to have jacks deployed to set the Null. Use a bubble level on a flat surface in the center of the coach as a reference. Once the coach is leveled, turn the Ignition Key Off and the Panel can now be turned Off. Now Depress and hold the AUTOLEVEL Button, Continue to hold the AUTO-LEVEL Button and then press and release the POWER button, Listen for a Series of Beeps. After the panel has beeped 5 to 6 seconds, release the AUTO-LEVEL button (the keypad will continue to beep as long as the AUTO-LEVEL Button is held). The New Null Setting has been set and the panel will maintain this setting. Press and release the ALL RETRACT Button to retract the jacks to the Stowed/Travel position.

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