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Old 09-06-2014, 03:27 PM   #15
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We have HWH levelers in our Cambria. It has not been our experience that the auto-level feature is magical. It gets us close most times but we always end up having to manually finesse it. But, that's still pretty cool. They do add an amazing amount of stability though, which makes them worth it.
Sounds like the control center for the system need re-calibrated.
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I have HWH levelers in my 24' View and would not be without them. Automatic level and no more bounce! I do a lot of camping in state parks and needed the Lego blocks under the jacks to level in a few cases.
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Will levelers eliminate movement in the coach or will the movement just be part of the fun of rv ownership?
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They will help reduce the movement. Depending how hard the ground is you set up on.
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