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Old 09-15-2016, 08:08 AM   #1
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LCI 6 Point Leveling System

Has anyone had issues with using the Auto Level feature on their LCI 6 point system. I have had my unit (Columbus 381FL) for 6 months, and . No matter how high I have the front pads extended, when I hit auto level it dips the front down for the grounding function, but goes all the way to ground and eventually times out and give the error code for timing out. With all of the points fully retracted including the front, my control panel shows to be level front to back, which is impossible, does anyone have an ideas or guidance.
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Old 09-15-2016, 08:39 AM   #2
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I would call lippert they have been very helpful when I had a problem with mine. Good luck
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Old 09-15-2016, 08:49 AM   #3
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Have same on our CC and it did the same thing at first. After "zeroing" the unit according to instructions it stopped. I just found a good parking lot and did it, not hard at all.
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Has anyone had issues with using the Auto Level feature on their LCI 6 point system. I have had my unit (Columbus 381FL) for 6 months, and . No matter how high I have the front pads extended, when I hit auto level it dips the front down for the grounding function, but goes all the way to ground and eventually times out and give the error code for timing out. With all of the points fully retracted including the front, my control panel shows to be level front to back, which is impossible, does anyone have an ideas or guidance.
When you start the panel reads up or something like that, then you press and hold the extend button it will be lite. raise it off the hitch and disconnect, now only the front landing legs are down. Pull your tV away then hit auto level, the front will dip then go into the auto level. If the front legs do not raise the front end it will not go into auto you will get a error code. clear it by hitting enter. If that is still not working then you have to rezero. by hitting the top button 10 times and the bottom 10 times that will bring you back to level. Are you using the front leg external button first to bring your landing legs down if you are it will not go into auto level. You have to use the panel to bring down the front landing legs...I'll attach the manual that should help you.
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Have same on our CC and it did the same thing at first. After "zeroing" the unit according to instructions it stopped. I just found a good parking lot and did it, not hard at all.
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Thank You for all of the advice, I appreciate the input, gonna give it a try tomorrow, Thanks again.
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