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Old 07-21-2014, 10:31 PM   #1
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Over Achieving Auto Levelers

After a couple of weeks on the road, our levelers have begun making unnecessary adjustments. I will be at the computer and DH napping and all of a sudden I'll hear the wahh wahh sound of the levelers. What in the world? Has anyone else experienced this? It's happened 5 times jut while I typed this question (I'm a slow typist).
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Old 07-22-2014, 01:36 AM   #2
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I have the same system on my Anthem and previously owned an Aspire. Question: Do you hit the "power off" button after your coach has finished leveling? On mine if I do so my jacks do not move at all. It is also important when the coach is self leveling to limit moving around the RV until the jack panel goes "beep-beep" signaling the completion of leveling. Then turn the jack panel off.

If your system levels the coach and it is off level it is relatively easy to teach it a new zero level point. Call Entegra CS and they will walk you thru it.
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I thought I always turned the power button off but I will be sure to make a point of doing so. If not, I'll reach out to the team at Entegra. Thanks for the response!
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