One suggestion I have, before you do any troubleshooting, is to locate your main box that the auto leveling controller plugs into. And, check and make sure it's fully secured on all sides. When we looked at ours, the box was being held by two loose screws. And, the box was hanging cockeyed. I remounted the box with four screws and then, redo the zero calibration. That seemed to have fixed most of the errors. I also found a quick way to resync all the legs, and this has worked well when I get error messages:
1. Make sure you connect your rig to your TV.
2. Raised all the stabilizer jacks (manually if you can) until they are completely raised.
3. Manually lower each leg and stop at 6-inches. (We used a ruler!)
4. Once all the legs are exposed/lowered to 6 inches, press and hold the 'RETRACT' button. At this time, all the legs should start retracting.
5. Continue to press and hold the 'Retract' button until all jacks have been retracted.
6. Now, look at your main controller panel. It should say 'All Jacks Up.' This means your system has been reset and you should not see any error messages.
Hope this helps!
Originally Posted by StarGazer
The few times I've tried so far it always tells me auto level failed. However, the fiver does appear to be level and feels level. There's really not much you can do wrong with this so I'm not sure what to do at this point. I've got some leveling blocks under all 4 so they travel out nearly the same distance. Any suggestions?
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