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  • Resetting 0 level on the Level-UP system.

    I'm not having any luck resetting my Level-up 0 level point. My instructions say to power it off, then press the Front button 10 times, then Rear button 10 times. At that point the system flashes on and displays the Calibration message. I can't get any display after pressing the Front/Rear, either 10 or 11 times. The LCI system still works as normal and the auto level gets me back to mostly level. I just wanted to trim it a little because the left side was a little low.

    Ideas??
    Jim Abernathy
    Holly Springs, NC
    2014 Ram 3500 LaramieĀ® 4x2 diesel dually crew-cab 3.73 axle, Reese R20
    2014 Montana 3402RL, Level UP, G614's, TST 507, Voyger Wireless Backup camera


  • #2
    Same thing happened to me. I had to enter that 10 frt and rear thing 4 times finally worked.
    Rick Say
    2013 3800re
    2015 dodge 3500 dually

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    • #3
      Time for a new keypad.
      Scott Luciano
      Lakeland, Florida



      2012 - Ram 3500 4x4 Longhorn Dually, 4:10 Max Tow PKG, Sun Roof, 440 HP 925 TQ, H&S Maxx Street Programmer

      2014 - Montana 3402RL, Paramount & Full Time Living PKG, Goodyear G614 Tires, Amish Made Furniture

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      • #4
        Sometimes pressing up and down simultaneously will do it.
        Larry Sessoms
        Fayetteville, NC

        2014 Big Sky 3900fb 2006 Chev 3500 dually diesel

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        • #5
          Originally posted by HOOK View Post
          Sometimes pressing up and down simultaneously will do it.
          didn't work for me, either. I'm going to call LCI for help on Monday.
          Jim Abernathy
          Holly Springs, NC
          2014 Ram 3500 LaramieĀ® 4x2 diesel dually crew-cab 3.73 axle, Reese R20
          2014 Montana 3402RL, Level UP, G614's, TST 507, Voyger Wireless Backup camera

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          • #6
            I had to help a friend with this and it worked as advertised. I think I agree with scott. You may have a worn pad. Perhaps if you keep trying you can get it done, but if you do have a worn pad, with no positive feedback from a key stroke, it's hard to tell how many presses are being registered. so that kinda sucks.

            not sure if there is a way to do it, but on keypads like this, if you can disassemble it to the point of getting the keypad cover off, use isopropyl TECHNICAL alcohol to clean the contacts on the board and the contacts on the rear of the keypad itself.

            Technical Alcohol does not level a residue. Regular house hold Isopropyl can and wont do you any favors. This usually works for a while. But a worn pad, is a worn pad.

            if it is able to be disassembled, post some pictures! It'll help some one else for sure!

            Eric
            Fifth Wheel: 2015 Montana 3750FL Tow Vehicle: 2013 Ford F350 6.7L Lariat, Crew Cab. Eric and Tina

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            • #7
              UPDATE: Got it to work!

              I called LCI Customer Service and spoke to a guy there who said the 10 presses of the Front and Rear buttons must be fast. As in 2-3 presses per second. So I tried:
              With the RV level and control panel off.
              10 presses of the Front
              10 presses of the Rear
              The panel came alive in Calibration mode.

              Now that I think about it, the first time I tried 10 presses with my index finger and it didn't work. The 2nd time which was successful, I used my thumb to cover more of the button and pressed 11 times each and it worked.

              I asked the tech about 10 vs. 11 and he said that getting it to work with 11 just says the controller just missed one of the presses. It's just 10 each needed and it Front then Rear. The key is fast.
              Jim Abernathy
              Holly Springs, NC
              2014 Ram 3500 LaramieĀ® 4x2 diesel dually crew-cab 3.73 axle, Reese R20
              2014 Montana 3402RL, Level UP, G614's, TST 507, Voyger Wireless Backup camera

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              • #8
                good news!!!
                Larry Sessoms
                Fayetteville, NC

                2014 Big Sky 3900fb 2006 Chev 3500 dually diesel

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                • #9
                  Niiiiice! So you NEEDED to fat finger it!.....

                  Last edited by Egregg57; 06-20-2017, 02:11 PM.
                  Fifth Wheel: 2015 Montana 3750FL Tow Vehicle: 2013 Ford F350 6.7L Lariat, Crew Cab. Eric and Tina

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                  • #10
                    Your getting slow in your old age Jim, you need to kick it up a notch!
                    Scott Luciano
                    Lakeland, Florida



                    2012 - Ram 3500 4x4 Longhorn Dually, 4:10 Max Tow PKG, Sun Roof, 440 HP 925 TQ, H&S Maxx Street Programmer

                    2014 - Montana 3402RL, Paramount & Full Time Living PKG, Goodyear G614 Tires, Amish Made Furniture

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