Originally Posted by PAWDWCamper
I have tried a bubble level in several areas of the camper and found it to be more level before we put the jacks down (not by much). I even put blocks under the feet of all four levelers so I could be sure they didn't max out. I truely think my issue is as simple as a calibration and maybe this thread originator's is too.
Although learning the system in terms of manual mode and recalibration proceedures is something we'll learn as we go. Our original concern was the rear wheels coming up off the ground as the Automatic Mode takes the Coach to level. Keep in mind, the Levelers are doing what they are suppose to do and we confirmed that by using a bubble level.
We've learned that the rear suspension has minimal travel when trying to level the Coach on a site that has a slight slope. Someone in an earlier post on this thread suggested using leveling blocks under all four rear tires when faced with this type of site. Advice well taken.
Thanks again everyone for your great responses..