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    Auto level

    2019 337 Reflection auto level always leaves right side (RV door side) tires off the ground about 1/4. We start always on level ground. Any suggestions will help

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skijobe View Post
    2019 337 Reflection auto level always leaves right side (RV door side) tires off the ground about 1/4. We start always on level ground. Any suggestions will help
    There is a whole section dedicated to leveling systems here: https://www.mygrandrv.com/forum/foru...veling-Systems
    Check it out. It has been very helpful to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skijobe View Post
    2019 337 Reflection auto level always leaves right side (RV door side) tires off the ground about 1/4. We start always on level ground. Any suggestions will help
    Manually level the rig then reset the zero point on your leveling system. You can google your level system and resetting the zero point for the detailed steps. Not hard to do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Always Learning View Post
    Manually level the rig then reset the zero point on your leveling system. You can google your level system and resetting the zero point for the detailed steps. Not hard to do.
    +1 not hard at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skijobe View Post
    2019 337 Reflection auto level always leaves right side (RV door side) tires off the ground about 1/4”. We start always on level ground. Any suggestions will help
    Is the unit level at that point (check with a carpenters level)? If not, manually level the trailer then reset level as per above.

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    You may want to check your sensors to make sure they are securely mounted. My rear one had the screws stripped and it was just floating around loose in the underbelly. Once I remounted it on the bracket it was suppossed to be on, it now works perfect everytime.
    I see no reason why a unit should lose it's calibration if the sensors haven't moved. Recalibrating it if the sensors are loose would be a waste of time. As soon as the coach hits a bump and the sensor moves again, it will not work properly again
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