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Old 08-16-2018, 03:07 PM   #31
Andymil
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If the bathroom door swings open by itself, then my drivers side is low. I usually find this out after I disconnect the trailer but it gives me an idea of how accurate the outside level is for side to side.

For front to back, if the A/C is dripping from the front, then the front is too low. At least I can correct this after disconnecting. Again, this can be a way to check the accuracy of the outside level.

If the fridge is off enough to affect operation at this point, Iíve got big problems.
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Old 11-10-2018, 08:52 AM   #32
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I forgot a level after I used the "dedicated camper level" somewhere else once. I put a frying pan on the front burner and filled it with just enough water to cover the bottom and used that for a level. A friend of mine uses a marble on the kitchen counter and calls it level when the marble doesn't "roll too fast".
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