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Old 03-25-2023, 02:33 AM   #1
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Auto leveling not leveling

My class A has built-in auto leveling jacks. I've come to notice that my 35' class A isn't level after the auto leveling system has successfully completed the auto leveling process. Is there a way to calibrate an auto leveling system so the RV is truly level?

We've noticed that we're not level front to back or side to side.

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I don't know what system you have but a few years ago I calibrated my levelers using the control panel, it's a series of buttons that you push to set it.

Try Googling your system, I am sure their is a way.
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Class A is not as descriptive as you might think. Diesel? gas? Leveling system?

My Newmar Gasser has the Equalizer system, and the manual explains the procedure to “Set the null” which is their term to calibrate the system. Easy peasy.

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Old 03-25-2023, 07:07 AM   #4
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.........Is there a way to calibrate an auto leveling system so the RV is truly level?......
What leveling system do you have? If it is a Lipperet download the manual and you or your rv mechanic can perform a Zero Point Calibration.
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Old 03-25-2023, 10:52 AM   #5
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Powergear has a procedure to recalibrate your level set point. Go to the Lippert website for the download process
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My air leveling and hydraulic jack leveling system both have a procedure to set the null.

Basically a way to tell the system what level looks like. The systems have limitations on how much slope they can correct but they have to have a good null level reference point.

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I know my hwh system can be calibrated, I'm guessing all auto level systems can be calibrated. How to do it is going to be system dependent.
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If it's Lippert, they have an Ap for your phone or Ipad, that is awesome, and covers this easily and completely for your system with Youtube video's to show you exactly how.
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Yes, there is a way to re-calibrate level, BUT until you identify your make and model leveling system we are at a standstill.
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