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Old 12-20-2015, 08:38 AM   #11
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I'm new to using the auto levelers so watching this to learn more. First time I used these, I lifted the RV off the ground or have the levelers error out for stroke. I've played around with mine several times over the past few months and have found for me, it works best to manually drop the RV after you unhook to as close to level as I can. After this point, if I hit auto level, it finds it pretty quick with out problems. It seems to me if you hit auto level after you first unhook, the system doesn't know how high the front of the camper is so it compensates by raising the rear which lifts it off the ground. Even side to side, if it's way off, I will use boards to get it close, otherwise it will lift the tires off.

Like I said, this is all new to me as well. Just passing on what I've learned but watching to learn more as this might not be right either. It just works for me.

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Old 12-20-2015, 06:38 PM   #12
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I have a 4 point system. I lower the inner jacks about 4" on all four. I drop down the front jacks. I place a 6x6 piece of wood under each rear jack and manually lower the rear jacks until the are one the block of wood under them. I then push the auto level and when it is finished all is fine.

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