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Old 07-29-2012, 01:34 PM   #15
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Whwn we got our MH, I put a 12" torpedo level in the bottom of the fridge and used the levelling jacks to get it perfectly level in fore/aft and side-side planes.

I then stuck two small, self adhesive level indicators up near the driver's seat, where I could see them when operating the levellers. Works fine. My auto-level lifts the coach too high for DW to get in and out easily. By extending the jacks just enough to get the indicators showing level makes getting in and out much easier.
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Old 07-29-2012, 04:45 PM   #16
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Dollar Tree has a 3 bubble level with a magnet on the bottom for, well, a dollar. We put it on the tongue when taking off the TV, then to the outside AC outlet cover, then to the back bumper. Never thought about the fridge - thanks!
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What's it look like? How big?
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We also use the cheap round bubble level on the bottom of the freezer method.

We inadvertently discovered that the level can be left in the freezer- apparently, they use alcohol in it, and it doesn't freeze!
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