I had one on my 2007 Ram 2500 and had no problems at all with it. Traded truck last month and it was still working like new after 7 years. Have you checked for air leak thus making the compressor work more than necessary?
If you want to do this, get a Superglide, works every time without pulling a lever..
What's the point? These 2 photos are not of the same rig.
I lived and worked in the Atlanta area for 15 years. I would avoid the rush periods and just go straight through. I285 around the north side of town is a "lot longer" and I285 south of I75 gets you close to the airport traffic. Just go straight through on I75 after 10:00am and before 2:00pm. It isn't that bad. Just get in about the 3rd lane from the left and stay there. The right lanes tend to become exit only lanes frequently as you pass through Atlanta. When you join up with I85 in downtown Atlanta move over to the 3rd lane from the left and stay there.
It isn't that bad at all.
Do it this way.
Before you get your controller dialed in you should adjust the brake shoes on each wheel. If you have never done this or have not done this for awhile it should be done before your trip. Electric trailer brakes are not self adjusting like your tow vehicle. Because you do not want one wheel grabbing harder then the others.
If not sure how to do this simple task, check U-Tube. There are several video's showing how.
Then work on dialing in the controller.
Many trailer brakes are now self adjusting...mine are.
I have a 37' 10" length fifth wheel of Heartland brands. As we know that this is one of the most respected manufacturers of fifth wheels in the industry. I am happy about the weight of my RV.
That sounds like a sales pitch for a dealership that sells Heartland products.
Yep, his salesman did a great job brainwashing him........"most respected"......baaaaaaahahaha!
the trailer has to be on level ground to start with find a level parking lot
This is NOT true! You do not have to move anywhere unless you are on a very unlevel site. Put system in manuel mode and level it using carpenters level. Then follow the procedure you listed. I have done this one time and it works.