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RV Equalizer Leveling System Panel

Equalizer RV Leveling Systems - Setting The Null

The field adjustable null establishes level at the control panel. By simply leveling the coach utilizing the manual operation on the control panel, the operator has the ability to set level to any point in the motorhome. Setting level at the control panel means never having to adjust the sensor, which is mounted under the coach.



If the coach hasn't been driven for more than 60 days or if you want to change the level position, it can be done by resetting the null. Re-setting the null should be performed on both the hydraulic side of the leveling system and on the air side. These functions are to be performed separately as described below.



RV Equalizer Leveling System Buttons



Setting the Null on the Auto-Level (hydraulic) Operation side of the Equalizer Leveling System (Left Diagram)

Once the coach is level, turn off power at the panel. Depress and hold the AutoLevel pad, depress and release the HYD power pad and listen for a series of beeps. After the panel has beeped 5-6 times, release the AutoLevel pad. The new null is now set on the hydraulic Auto-Level Operation.


Setting the Null on the Auto-Air (air) Operation side of the Equalizer Leveling System (Right Diagram)

Once the coach is level, turn off power at the panel. Depress and hold the AutoLevel pad, depress and release the AIR power pad and listen for a series of beeps. After the panel has beeped 5-6 times, release the AutoLevel pad. The new null is now set on the air Auto-Air Operation.



You can check the accuracy of this leveling procedure with a simple device known as the "RV EZ Level".

Caution: The maintenance recommendations on this page are meant as general guidelines only. Always consult with a professional RV mechanic, your owner's manual, and/or your authorized RV dealer BEFORE performing any leveling procedures. See 'Legal Disclaimer' below.






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