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Old 11-18-2010, 08:01 PM   #15
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...My refrigerator is top priority to me right after following mgt's instructions. Here is the question: Should I park so the refrigerator is level side to side (which is longways to the coach) or refrigerator level front to back (side to side to my coach)?
Gene,

We were having some discussion on the subject of what is level in regard to a coach, and here is some information relative to the leveling the refridgerator...

What is level in a coach?
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Old 11-23-2010, 08:21 PM   #16
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My class C does not have automatic levelers. When over nighting at Walmart I have lots to look for in a parking space: Where mgt said it was ok to park; next to a curb to run out my step and bedroom slide; and of course as level as possible. I may not get to have all of the above. My refrigerator is top priority to me right after following mgt's instructions.

Here is the question: Should I park so the refrigerator is level side to side (which is longways to the coach) or refrigerator level front to back (side to side to my coach)?

Thanks to all.

Gene
Next time you stop at Walmart to sleep, go inside and buy some leveling blocks. I saw them at my local store and they were cheap. I doubt Walmart cares if you use blocks. They MAY care if you use jacks since they can damage asphalt. The "lego" type blocks they sell work fine for overnight and makes leveling easy.
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