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Old 08-17-2016, 04:43 PM   #1
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Power Gear leveling system not AUTO leveling coach to true level

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My Power Gear leveling system has an AUTO function that is supposed to bring the RV to level automatically. When I use the AUTO function, the little symbol lights up in the middle saying that the system is level, but the RV isn't level (or even that close), confirmed with my bubble level. I don't even use the AUTO system anymore and stick with manual button presses, but it would be nice to have a functioning AUTO system.

Is there a way to recalibrate the Power Gear system so that level IS level with the AUTO system? I didn't see anything in the operator's manual showing a way to do that.

I tried attaching a picture of my manual, but I keep getting an error message after I upload the file:
This PNG image has the incorrect file extension. Anyway the panel is 140-1226 panel and 140-1229 control box.

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Call Lippert customer service. They'll give you the re calibration instructions.
Here's the information that I have ( hope it's still current )

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Call Lippert customer service. They'll give you the re calibration instructions.
Here's the information that I have ( hope it's still current )

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OK will give them a call. Thanks for the info.
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I found this calibration instructions file. See if your system matches the models described in the file.
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I found this calibration instructions file. See if your system matches the models described in the file.
Cool. That looks like my system.

Where did you find it? I Googled around and came up with nothing!
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Gosh, over the years I just collect files and store them on this computer when ever I find one that applies to my coach. I've got a bunch. I'm not smart enough to remember all this stuff, so I need files to re-educate myself when the need rears its ugly head.
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Here is Power Gear website with files for almost any leveling system they sell.

Leveling System Power Gear Hydraulic

Here is the base web site.

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