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Old 10-15-2021, 10:20 PM   #1
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Can someone tell me if there's a built in level somewhere on my 91 pace arrow
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Old 10-15-2021, 10:34 PM   #2
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I doubt it...........

Use a short level, bubble/bulls eye level, flat 3 way level

Set in/on fridge and level RV to fridge
*Side to side then front to back

Install auto levelers?
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Old 10-16-2021, 06:30 AM   #3
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I use a phone app "BubbleLevel" and set the phone on the floor next to driver seat to get it close.
Then to fine tune, wife checks the bathroom door. When the door is almost closed get side to side, when at 90 deg, get front to back. This setup for us keeps the fridge doors from swinging also.

From previous owner: If rain is forecast, we set the driver side a bit low to prevent water coming in from slides.
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Ours came with an adjustable bubble level installed next to the driver's seat. I calibrated it when we first got the rig via a bubble level placed inside the freezer compartment of the frig. Haven't touched it since, over 18 years.

Being accurate and so easy, it always has me to wondering why people jump through hoops using levels on the floor, phone apps, etc,,,.

OP, there probably isn't one. Best bet for now, if yours is an absorption refrigerator, is to use one of the little square/round bubble levels inside its freezer section when leveling. Of course you can always install a permanent level if there's a good flat spot to mount it on. For me, next to the driver's seat is great as I can usually do all the leveling before getting up out of the seat.
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You can use a bowl of water also, works good.
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I leveled the coach as Old Biscuit suggests and then intalled two bubble levels within easy sight of the drivers seat. One for front/back and one for side to side. I always use them in parking lots to check level before we leave the coach. They also let me know how much adjustment, and if I need any blocks, before I even start to level.
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I use a phone app "BubbleLevel" and set the phone on the floor next to driver seat to get it close.
Then to fine tune, wife checks the bathroom door. When the door is almost closed get side to side, when at 90 deg, get front to back. This setup for us keeps the fridge doors from swinging also.

From previous owner: If rain is forecast, we set the driver side a bit low to prevent water coming in from slides.
Same here, the phone app works great. Also tells you how far off you are so you can decide if you're within acceptable ranges for the refrigerator. I put it on the floor, but you could put it inside the fridge as well.Click image for larger version

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