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RE: Roadmaster Stabilizer
MountainAir05 09/21/19 03:48pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: new generator time
MountainAir05 09/20/19 05:02pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: new generator time

You sure that is not just a single phase system. Have not seen one that small with 2 phase. As stated find something close that has good shipping if possible.
MountainAir05 09/20/19 03:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: hydraulic leveling jack replace / rebuild

Look at where the pump is located and you will see all the hoses coming back to one valve per hose. Those valves control the fluid coming back. Have someone hit store and you have your hand on those valves and one maybe is not clicking. You might be able to see which hose goes to the jack that is sticking. If so hit store and wait till the pressure is lost, then take the hose loose and then the valve and see if it stuck or gum up. With it out and connected to plug, hit store and see if you feel it click. You might have to ground it to the frame for it to work. If it works then check the passage for something in it or use the troubleshoot manual for your system, check the voltage on the pins.
MountainAir05 09/15/19 06:14pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Popping sounds from Winnebago

They are self bleeding. There is a cap on the pump hydro system that has a vent in it.
MountainAir05 09/14/19 05:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: shower wall

This is what the RV industry uses in white/off white/beige. These are what I use also. Doug Way better than what I suggested.
MountainAir05 09/14/19 10:20am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Popping sounds from Winnebago

So does the jacks leak down back into the system or leak and flow out to the ground. You should have valves that hold the pressure to the jack till you hit down/store. If they are leaking then you would not be loosing fluid, just loosing level. Should be a troubleshoot manual for the model jacks that you have so that you can follow the steps.
MountainAir05 09/13/19 05:28pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: shower wall

you can try to seal it back using silicone sealant if you have enough space to put it in. if so put in a small amount and push to wall then pull back , wait a 30 seconds or so and push it back and hold. Do this in as many spots as you can. If not get you some fender washer stainless steel with stainless or brass screws and use them around the top. Ensure you seal each hole with sealant as you go.
MountainAir05 09/13/19 01:54pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Popping sounds from Winnebago

Can't help you on the stuff you are mixing with the hydraulic fluid but I assume you are using Red hydraulic fluid or transmission fluid. Put some in a spray bottle and while you have the jacks all the way extended spray them from top to bottom and retract them. Do this several times and see if helps. I don't have your brand but they use Red hydraulic fluid and I spray them down. Use a clean cloth once you get them lube and wipe down the piston. Do this once a week before you retract them and they should last a very long time. It might be time to flush your system and put in some new fluid. The seals do dry out so yes they need some clean fluid on them regularly . I Just check their web site and they use hydraulic fluid so you could try a full synthetic transmission fluid of your choice and you should see some good results.
MountainAir05 09/13/19 12:11pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2000 Dutch Star dash cracked

On our 99 had the same issue. Just ordered some Corian in a very thin strip. You can also use other material, such as wood , Counter top like wilson art. Metal also works.
MountainAir05 09/12/19 07:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 12v Accessory socket issue

Also look at the ground lug.
MountainAir05 09/12/19 08:20am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Where is the turn signal flasher

Look down around the brake switch for one ( this one is a black in color and square and the other one should be in the fuse box in the dash or at lease that is where ours is.
MountainAir05 09/11/19 06:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Generator started on its own

Where every it is that getting wet. Any where water could get to if that is the issue. You have a pet inside the Rv, they can step on the switch. Do you have auto run on your Gen, that also can start it if you loose power and it is turn on. If you have a power management system that connects to Gen to keep power the RV also. Unplug power and see what happens. If nothing happens then start looking for a short in a switch or wire harness for the gen set.
MountainAir05 09/11/19 10:17am Class A Motorhomes
RE: tires

Are sailun tires good? Sailun isn't a typical tire company. The manufacturer's goal is not to make the best tires in the world, but rather focus on producing tires that can compete with the best in the industry, at a far lower price point. Sailun is in what the manufacturer calls the value tier of the tire world.Jul 8, 2013
MountainAir05 09/10/19 05:47pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Hot Springs, AR to Tucson, AZ

Also come back 1st of December so we will know what it really going to be like. We had a hot and a lot of wind this summer which usually means a cold hard winter.
MountainAir05 09/08/19 01:02pm Roads and Routes
RE: Where is the Converter/Charger!!! Aaargh!

Have you look near the battery or the compartment with the transfer switch.
MountainAir05 09/06/19 07:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Electric slide outs

My 99 Newmar had electric and no issues till we got rid of it last May. So 19 years for it working.
MountainAir05 09/06/19 10:41am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 110 power

Your 7500 should run both AC and water heater with no issues. I am not sure what the 35 volts you mention is. do you have power to the main circuit breaker panel. All most always you need to turn off all circuit breakers and back on to ensure they have not trip. Do you have your power switches turn on or checked.
MountainAir05 09/04/19 12:35pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Water heater replacement with coolant lines...

Do it when the engine is cold and no pressure on the radiator. A pan should catch most of what little you are going to have. The heater itself will have some. You also could push out with air ,but that could cause air in the system. Drop a couple gallons out of the radiator also should help. Remember to top off the fluid once it change out.
MountainAir05 09/04/19 10:02am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Chassis battery

Do you have a volt meter that you can check the battery voltage.
MountainAir05 08/31/19 03:20pm Class A Motorhomes
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