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The Camco RV EZ Level changed the way we level our RV. We started out using the auto level system, but ran into situations where the system was unable to level the RV due to uneven ground. RVers we met while beach camping in Ventura, California showed us how to manually level an RV with the Camco EZ Level. We were blown away by how easy and simple it is to use. Since we started to manually level the RV, we haven’t gone back to auto level.
Camco EZ RV Leveler Review
We ordered the Camco RV EZ Level to manually level our 29′ Class A motorhome.
The manual level is simple and easy to use. Get all four lights to display green and the RV is level.
It’s battery operated. The level takes 3 AA batteries and will turn off on its own.
Lightweight and easy to store. The RV ez level weighs less than one pound and takes up very little storage space.
How To Manually Level the RV
Find the center point of the motorhome with all the slides in. Mark the spot so you know where to put the level each time.
When you’re ready to level the RV, place the EZ level on the marked spot with the legs point front, back, right and left.
Push the button in the middle to turn it on.
There are four indicator lights with two colors: red means off level and green means level. The goal is to get four green lights.
When a side is not level, the corresponding light flashes red. The rate at which it flashes indicates how off level that side is. When the red light flashes rapidly, we know to put blocks and leveling pads under the wheel(s) on those sides to avoid lifting the tires off the ground.
When two sides are low, we start raising one side until that red light turns off. Then we lift the other side until all the lights turn green – indicating the motorhome is level.
There have been instances where the RV is no longer level after the two slides are extended. In this case we will level the coach again. We called the manufacturer of our motorhome and they said it’s fine to level the coach with the slides out in this situation. Read Newmar customer service review.
One thing we don’t like about the Camco EZ level is that its expensive. This RV level indicator is essentially a regular bubble level with four lights. We would recommend buying it on sale.
Final Thoughts on Camco EZ RV Level
Having the Camco EZ Level has made leveling our RV an easy process. We can see how off level we are on each side by the speed of the indicator lights and figure out how many leveling blocks to use before we manually level the coach.
The lights make it quick and easy to see when to stop lifting a side. Not only has the level saved us time, but it has saved Joe from losing the few hairs he has left on his head.
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Disclosure: We paid for the product in this review and this review represents our own opinions.
3 thoughts on “How To Manually Level an RV with Camco EZ Level”
You mentioned in the review that you had to find the center of the Motorhome. Is that the center from front to back or the center point from front tires to rear tires? Thanks.
Hi Todd. We measure the center front to back and side to side.