alliance RV paradigm 2021 HYDRAULIC LEVELING SYSTEM User Manual
HYDRAULIC LEVELING SYSTEM
Once you get where you are going, you will need to level your RV. Before you operate the leveling system, make sure that the RV is parked on a level surface and not attached to the tow vehicle.
NOTE: Never level the RV with anyone inside.
WE RECOMMEND THAT A TRAINED PROFESSIONAL CHANGE THE TIRES ON YOUR RV. THE RV SHOULD ALWAYS BE PROPERLY SUPPORTED WITH JACK STANDS. ATTEMPTS TO CHANGE TIRES OR PERFORM OTHER SERVICE WORK BY THE LEVELING SYSTEM ONLY COULD RESULT IN DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY.
Leveling System Touch Pad
Moving parts can pinch, crush or cut. Keep clear and use caution.
The leveling legs can only be extended when the touchpad is in manual mode. Once in manual mode, pressing the “FRONT” button (Fig. 1H) will extend both front legs at the same time. By pushing the button combination of “FRONT” and “LEFT” (Fig. 1I), or “FRONT” and “RIGHT” (Fig. 1J) buttons, the individual front legs can be extended. Pressing the “REAR” button (Fig. 1K) will extend both rear legs at the same time. To extend individual rear legs, press the button combination of “REAR” and “LEFT” (Fig. 1I), or “REAR” and “RIGHT” (Fig. 1J) buttons, depending on which leg needs to be operated. Pressing the “LEFT” button (Fig. 1I) will extend both the left front leg and the left rear leg. Pressing the “RIGHT” button (Fig. 1J) will extend both the right front leg and the right rear leg.
If the touchpad is put in the retract mode, which is indicated by the orange illuminated LED next to the “RETRACT” button (Fig. 1E), the front legs can be retracted together by pushing the “FRONT” button (Fig. 1H). Individual front legs can be retracted by pushing the combination of the “FRONT” and “LEFT” (Fig. 1I), or “FRONT” and “RIGHT” (Fig. 1J) buttons. The rear legs can be retracted together by pushing the “REAR” button (Fig. 1K), or individually by pushing the combination of the “REAR” and “LEFT” (Fig. 1I) or “REAR” and “RIGHT” (Fig. 1J) buttons. Pressing the “LEFT” button (Fig. 1I) will retract both the left front leg and the left rear leg. Pressing the “RIGHT” button (Fig. 1J) will retract both the right front leg and the right rear leg.
If the leveling legs will not operate individually using the method described above, but they operate properly when the auto level is performed, the twist prevention protection system has locked out the operation to prevent damage to the frame of the travel trailer.
Be sure to park the trailer on solid and level ground. Prior to operation, clear all jack landing locations of debris and obstructions. The locations should also be free of surface depressions and moisture. When parking the trailer on extremely soft surfaces, utilize load distribution pads under each jack.
People and pets should be clear of the trailer while the leveling system is operated. Never lift the trailer completely off the ground. Lifting the trailer so the wheels are not touching the ground will create an unstable and unsafe condition.
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Once the auto leveling has been started, it is important that there is no movement in the RV until it has completed the process. Failure to remain still during the leveling cycle could hinder the performance of the leveling system.
- After disconnecting from your vehicle, locate the leveling touchpad on the unit (Fig. 3). Typically mounted near the front of the RV in the pass thru compartment.
- Press the “ON/OFF” button (Fig. 3A) and then press “AUTO LEVEL” (Fig. 3B).
Auto Level Sequence
- When the auto level begins, the front of the RV will seek a position near a level state.
- The rear legs will then extend and complete the rear leveling sequence.
- When the rear leveling sequence has been completed, the RV will adjust front to back and side to side.
- Each leg will perform a final grounding touch.
- Once this has been completed the screen will read “AUTO LEVEL SUCCESS.”
- The LED screen will then read “READY” and also display current battery voltage. The green LED in the center of the four leveling jack buttons will be illuminated (Fig. 4A).
NOTE: If the auto level sequence does not perform as outlined, put the system in manual mode and test that the legs operate correctly by pushing the corresponding buttons on the touchpad. If the jack functions are incorrect, check that the correct jack wiring harnesses are plugged into the correct ports on the controller.
Failure to follow the instructions provided in this manual may result in death, serious personal injury, severe product or property damage or voiding of the component warranty. The unit should be supported at both front and rear axles with jack stand before working underneath. Failure to do so may result in death, serious personal injury, severe product or property damage or voiding of the component warranty.
Always wear eye protection when performing service or maintenance to the unit. Other safety equipment to consider would be hearing protection, gloves and possibly a full face shield, depending on the nature of the service. Moving parts can pinch, crush or cut. Keep clear and use caution.
- Deron III or Macron V Class “A” automatic transmission fluid
- Electrical contact cleaner
- Lint‐free cloth
- Zip ties
- Check the fluid in the reservoir every 12 months. If the fluid is a clear red color, do not change it. If the fluid is milky, pink, and murky, drain the reservoir and add new fluid. Hydraulic fluid should be changed at a minimum every 5 years.
NOTE: Check the fluid only when all the jacks are fully retracted.
NOTE: When checking the hydraulic fluid level, fill to within ½” of the fill spout.
- Inspect and clean all power unit electrical connections every 12 months. If corrosion is evident, spray the power unit electrical connections with electrical contact cleaner.
- Remove dirt and road debris from jacks as needed.
- If jacks are down for extended periods, spray exposed jack rods with a silicone lubricant every 3 months for protection. If the unit is in a salty environment, spray the rods every 4 to 6 weeks.
The unit should be supported at both front and rear axles with jack stand before working underneath. Failure to do so may result in death, serious personal injury, sever product or property damage or voiding the component warranty.
NOTE: In colder temperatures, the jacks may extend and retract slowly due to the fluid€™s viscosity, specially formulated fluid for low temperatures may be desired.
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