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Old 09-17-2016, 11:38 PM   #1
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lippert autolevel problem

I have a new forest river 2016 nitro 305t 5th wheel toyhauler.
having trouble zeroing out the lippert 3.0 auto level...help!!
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Old 09-18-2016, 12:14 AM   #2
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I have a new forest river 2016 nitro 305t 5th wheel toyhauler.
having trouble zeroing out the lippert 3.0 auto level...help!!
What worked for me ~~
Hooked to truck dropped all legs 6" - 8", hit retract then held all 4 buttons for about 3 seconds after all were up. Shut it off for 1 minute and tried again.
If that does not work for you I'll get the manual online as my 5er is not at the house and the manual is kept there.
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I have a new forest river 2016 nitro 305t 5th wheel toyhauler.
having trouble zeroing out the lippert 3.0 auto level...help!!
Are you saying you have the rig leveled and now are trying to run through the procedure to set it where auto level remembers it? If so... When I was trying it the first time I would slowly, deliberately hit the buttons the 10 times and nothing. I had to hit the button fairly fast for it to take.
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Are you saying you have the rig leveled and now are trying to run through the procedure to set it where auto level remembers it? If so... When I was trying it the first time I would slowly, deliberately hit the buttons the 10 times and nothing. I had to hit the button fairly fast for it to take.
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ill try that..the computer has not put rig level all the time I have had it.
Very frustrating.
Dealer-FINDLAY R.V IN LAS VEGAS- HAD NO CLUE HOW TO HELP ME.
YOU WOULD THINK FOR 70K THE RIG WOULSD HAVE BEEN PERFECT !!.
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ill try that..the computer has not put rig level all the time I have had it.
Very frustrating.
Dealer-FINDLAY R.V IN LAS VEGAS- HAD NO CLUE HOW TO HELP ME.
YOU WOULD THINK FOR 70K THE RIG WOULSD HAVE BEEN PERFECT !!.
You would think wouldn't you!! My dealer actually had it sort of leveled, but I had to reset it once I got it home and leveled it to my satisfaction. I'm assuming you have a manual, but just in case here is a link to one:

http://www.primetimerv.com/download/...nersmanual.pdf

Like I said previously, it seems timing of the button pushes is important. It only works for me when I push the buttons the 10 times just about as fast as I can Good Luck!!!
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