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Old 04-16-2018, 04:24 PM   #1
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Beaver HWH leveling bubble location?

This coach had the optional HWH auto level system. It is way off so I assume the adjustable mercury switch they show product info is out of whack. It seems easy enough to calibrate if............I could find it. Does anyone know where they would have hid it?

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My leveling sensor is on the ceiling of the equipment bay where the inverter, water distribution manifold, etc. is located.
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My leveling sensor is on the ceiling of the equipment bay where the inverter, water distribution manifold, etc. is located.
It's a start I'll check there. TY.
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Mine is located on the ceiling of the electrical bay where HWH controller is located (bay under drivers window).
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Mine is located on the ceiling of the electrical bay where HWH controller is located (bay under drivers window).
The HWH electrical box is there on mine also mounted on the ceiling it's a big aluminum box with a glass bottom but I do not see it in there with out taking it apart. It's seems that would be a rather odd place to put it in the front drivers side corner so far from center. But a lot of things done on these make no sense.
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The box is mounted and leveled to the frame during the install so location isn't really an issue .
Is your system a HWH Series 625 , if so there should be a small access in the side of the aluminum box , detailed in the manual.
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The box is mounted and leveled to the frame during the install so location isn't really an issue .
Is your system a HWH Series 625 , if so there should be a small access in the side of the aluminum box , detailed in the manual.
I will have to check which model in the morning. The manual I have shows it as a separate piece from the controller but the manual also covers three or four different models.
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Mine is on the ceiling of the rear-most basement bay, curb side. You should find it roughly centered (front/rear) between the leveling jacks?
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I have the HWH automatic leveling system on my 06 Monterey Ventura. Yours may be like mine. My HWH control box is mounted to the roof of the driver side front run bay. The bottom of the box is clear plexiglass so you can see the four LED leveling lights (they are small and way up inside). Do not take the plexiglass off, the adjusters are on the outside of the upper box. One is a small metal hex head (about 1/4 inch) and the other is a larger (about 5/8) black plastic hex head. These adjust the fore/aft and left/right adjustments of the bubble level which is inside the box. You have to get the coach level first, then adjust the two adjusters until all four lights are out. Good luck, it took me a bit off adjusting and readjusting to get mine where it would work right.

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I have the HWH automatic leveling system on my 06 Monterey Ventura. Yours may be like mine. My HWH control box is mounted to the roof of the driver side front run bay. The bottom of the box is clear plexiglass so you can see the four LED leveling lights (they are small and way up inside). Do not take the plexiglass off, the adjusters are on the outside of the upper box. One is a small metal hex head (about 1/4 inch) and the other is a larger (about 5/8) black plastic hex head. These adjust the fore/aft and left/right adjustments of the bubble level which is inside the box. You have to get the coach level first, then adjust the two adjusters until all four lights are out. Good luck, it took me a bit off adjusting and readjusting to get mine where it would work right.

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Richard, your box sounds exactly like mine. The side to side is pretty close the front to back is way out. On a level garage floor it lowers the rear all the way down and raises the front all the way up. Thank for the input.
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Found the leveling lights.......sort of. I have to start by saying of everything I have worked on to date it was clear Beaver went over and above in doing it the smartest way possible making sure whoever worked on it next had an easy job of it. The HWH box .........not so much. The box is mounted upside down with the plexi glass facing down. The light board is at the very top of the box facing up.......it is impossible to see which lights are lit to adjust them unless your a 1/2" tall.

Does anyone know if this board could be flipped upside down and face the lights down and still function?
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