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Old 08-30-2016, 07:59 PM   #1
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Lippert level zero calibration

Hi all need your help please. Recently after using the automatic leveling system I find that the coach is not level. I use a level on the kitchen counter and bathroom door to guide me to manually level. I have to raise the left side by .7 degree to level.
The operation manual says I should be doing zero point calibration by: turn panel off and then on and then pressing the Front button 5 times and then pressing the Rear button 5 times and wait for an alarm and a message of "ZERO POINT CALIBRATION PRESS ENTER".
When I do this nothing happens. Could you please help.


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If you have the Lippert Level Up system then should you not press the front and rear button 10 times each. This is from the lippert site. http://www.lci1.com/assets/content/s..._Up_System.pdf
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Old 08-31-2016, 05:29 AM   #3
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Thanks Peterrr, it worked I think. Did the front 10 times and started on the rear and system started responding. I am not sure if it took 10 times. But the message came that zero point calibration was accomplished.
Obviously manual is outdated.
I can always count on good friends like you in this forum.
Do you know if the system periodically loses calibration?


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Thanks Peterrr, it worked I think. Did the front 10 times and started on the rear and system started responding. I am not sure if it took 10 times. But the message came that zero point calibration was accomplished.
Obviously manual is outdated.
I can always count on good friends like you in this forum.
Do you know if the system periodically loses calibration?


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I have found that mine has lost its initial calibration after one of the jacks started dropping slower than its mate. It became noticeable when auto level took a long time and many jack adjustments to get to what the system thought was level. I don't think it's real common and happens often though.
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Same here


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