Just found this thread and boy am I glad I did. We've had our 2014 Crusader 335BHS-TE out two weekends now. I followed the leveler instructions (just below leveling box) to the letter. Both times we set up on already level concrete sites, and BOTH times the auto-leveler brought the camper wheels off the ground. I ended up just manually leveling the unit making sure my wheels were in contact with the pad. I read through this thread and I definitely did not have the front of the unit lowered when intiating the leveling process. The system overall seems to do a great job at leveling, but I sure as heck don't want any of my wheels off the ground when doing so.
RV Guy, do you think I should recalibrate? Or should I wait for further guidance in case you come across another possible fix?
Don't get me wrong, the unit is awesome and we are having the time of our lives in it. Now seeing the other posts however, it's obvious I'm not the only one having issues.
Thanks. Any help you can provide is greatly appreciated.
2010 Ford F250 SD XLT FX4 with 6.8L Triton V10
2014 Crusader 335BHS-TE
My 2014 295RST was exhibiting this behavior and after speaking with LCI support they suggested I perform a zero point calibration as well as verify through the auto leveling sequence that nothing was wired backwards. I am happy to say that this appears to have cleared up my issue.
The first time the auto leveling lifted all four tires off the ground was in our storage lot. In fact I could replicate this situation any time at the lot. Today after performing the re-calibration the unit leveled itself without lifting the tires!
It's a bit early to claim success, but I feel as though this process has done the job.
You can google the procedure and come up with it. Not all that tough to do. I still might contact LCI directly with the specific issue you are having just in case this is not the right thing to do though.
Definitely not finalized yet, but I dropped off the rig today at the local CG and it auto leveled without incident and without lifting the tires off the ground. It wouldn't say the campsite was perfectly level either, definitely had a slop to it.