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RE: Air operated stairs not working.

Here is that sticker. I had to peel it off the other day to open the switch so I just stuck it on the dashboard. LOL. https://i.imgur.com/BuVKU04l.jpg These guys sell air valves, found several it look like you could use, just need to find what that fourth line does. I found online that is could be a switch on the passenger side to lock the cover so it does not move once set. There is a email so you have a contact plus phone if you need it. Still looking Found one that has a knob like yours but only three lines used to control a air cylinder. This is the one I found that look close, but need to know what the 4 line does. close for three lines Parker Canada Division 160 Chisholm Drive Milton, ON CAN L9T 3G9 Ph: 1 (905) 693-3000 Fax: 1 (905) 876-1958 [email protected]
MountainAir05 10/26/21 05:53pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Air operated stairs not working.

Does your step cover make the step inside the Rv or does it just slide out straight and cover the hole. This is where you get 12 volt actuators when needed. https://www.firgelliauto.com/ this is the link for the info about maybe your step cover. https://www.irv2.com/forums/f103/step-cover-lift-motor-114580.html The cover is also the steps. They don’t slide back and forth as some do, they raise up and down. Sometimes I can force it up by hand and peek under it. There are absolutely no electrical wires at all. Just an air operated cylinder. The piece I’ve shown in the picture is the backside. The front is just a little up/down dial that seems to direct air to the cylinder when turned to the up position. Thanks, when you get a part number will go from there. that is just a 4 port that I can see right.
MountainAir05 10/25/21 08:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Air operated stairs not working.

Does your step cover make the step inside the Rv or does it just slide out straight and cover the hole. This is where you get 12 volt actuators when needed. https://www.firgelliauto.com/ this is the link for the info about maybe your step cover. https://www.irv2.com/forums/f103/step-cover-lift-motor-114580.html
MountainAir05 10/25/21 03:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Air operated stairs not working.

That the new owner. Newmar prices use to be very good. could you post a picture of the switch and the part number. Also does it have wires to it or just a air /valve. Did you see anything wrong inside it or maybe just dry and dirty. If so WD40 and let soak and then blow dry. If it has 0-rings then lube them , new ones if you can find and try again. Will see if I can find you one. https://i.imgur.com/9HnR8H5l.jpg This is the backside of it. I removed it and opened it but could only go so far and couldn’t figure out how to dismantle it any further, and I didn’t want to break anything. I had the air pressure at full and the whole time I was tinkering with it air was hissing out of the part I couldn’t dismantle. I’ll try and find a part number. There are no electrical connections anywhere with regards to the step cover. 100% air. Something has to control that unit. Be it a rocker switch or a something else. If rocker it has wires and goes to another valve that has a solenoid. With the picture someone who drops by might know the info. Looks like the info sticker is on the left side there.
MountainAir05 10/25/21 02:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Air operated stairs not working.

http://photoposting.is-great.net/ post a picture Click Select and go to the place you put the picture and click it and it should load. I could not get the drag and drop to work.
MountainAir05 10/25/21 12:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Air operated stairs not working.

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MountainAir05 10/25/21 12:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Air operated stairs not working.

That the new owner. Newmar prices use to be very good. could you post a picture of the switch and the part number. Also does it have wires to it or just a air /valve. Did you see anything wrong inside it or maybe just dry and dirty. If so WD40 and let soak and then blow dry. If it has 0-rings then lube them , new ones if you can find and try again. Will see if I can find you one.
MountainAir05 10/25/21 12:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tires?

Michelin 275/70R22.5 XZA2 these seem the closet. But you need to look at the rims and see what every you want is for your rims size.
MountainAir05 10/24/21 05:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tires?

Just brought home, new to us, 2014 Tiffin Open Road 36LA. It has the original tires with lots of tread, but bad looking cracked sidewalls. The original tires are Michelins 255/80R 22.5 GXRV. I want to replace with TOYO brand. Will the TOYO 265/75 22.5 work as the replacement? Thanks. Skip Check you rim size first
MountainAir05 10/24/21 05:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Automatic air tank drain valves

When I ask if you lost air pressure when you level I did not mean that is the way to dump the tanks. I have 4 dump valves for the bags that dumps them. I take it you did not get the manuals for this couch. If you do not mine I will send some link so you can download and print out some check list. tank test sytem Wolfe he has a Spartan K2 Chassis.
MountainAir05 10/24/21 09:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Automatic air tank drain valves

Look a little closer. My lanyards were ty-wrapped to my frame and I had to cut the ty-wraps and stretch them out through the frame. That's probably how mine left freightliner and neither Winnebago or General RV took the time to do a very good PDI. I layed right under the tanks and stared at them. There are no lanyards and no drain valves to open. Does it have one or two wires coming out of it.
MountainAir05 10/23/21 09:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Automatic air tank drain valves

I am assuming you have a HWH auto level system. If so it dumps the air before it starts to level. Quick way to see is store the level and build pressure and then have someone outside and level the system. Air should be dump if not then the level system should not work.
MountainAir05 10/23/21 09:12pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Air operated stairs not working.

Does you dash not lift up. My 99 Mountainaire did. Yep it lifts up. I can see the back of the switch easily. But until I posted this thread I didn’t know if I should order a new switch or not. A lot of these air valves can be taken apart and clean and put in new o-rings and they are good to go.
MountainAir05 10/23/21 02:12pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fuel injector hose leak on Monaco with Cummins engine

Now either carry some hose or better yet, replace the six lines and you should not have an issue later on.
MountainAir05 10/23/21 12:02pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Air operated stairs not working.

Well I clicked that “picture” link and I don’t understand a word of it. LOL. All I can say is that the switch is not electrical. There are no wires going to it. There are just 4 tiny airlines going to it. It’s probably more of a valve than a switch. And it hisses when turned on. I’m wondering about the hissing. I can’t find anyone else who has one who can tell me if their switch hisses. If it’s not supposed to hiss then maybe I just have to change the switch to fix everything. It seems as though the switch/valve is not routing air to the step cover but just releasing air instead. Neither Google or YouTube have any info that I can find. But I’ll keep searching. You should not have any air leads as others have stated.
MountainAir05 10/23/21 09:27am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Air operated stairs not working.

Does you dash not lift up. My 99 Mountainaire did.
MountainAir05 10/23/21 09:24am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Air operated stairs not working.

How do I add a photo? picture this is what is post. Most times it works.
MountainAir05 10/22/21 08:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class A quality

You need to go look. Going from a class B to Class A is a world of difference. I will speack Newmar. From their low end Class A say gas to thier high end gas is night and day. Now if you go Diesel low end to high their is another hugh jump. Our Mountain Aire compare to my neighbors and very good friends Winnebago and our other neighbor has a Bounder. The finish our Newmar was so much better than the Winnebago and the Bounder. The Winnebago quality of the inside was the poorest. The Bounder was better and the Newmar was the hand down the best. The difference in price was quite a bit from one to the other. Now these were 98, 99, and 2000 units. Have not look at any new units. Our replacement for the 99 was a diesel Wonderlodge LXI. There was not comparing it to the other three.
MountainAir05 10/22/21 03:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Air operated stairs not working.

Our RV is a 2000 Newmar London Aire. The hiss I hear is not coming from the cylinder. It’s coming right out of, or behind, the dial on the dashboard. Yes this controls the stairs inside the RV. Makes them go up flat so the front passenger wil have a floor. I was looking for a picture of what is called a MAC valve but could not find it listed on your RV from Newmar. Give us a little time and Doug might stop by and there are other that have your system. Might go over here. steps We no longer have our Newmar and seems Newmar has change there help page. If your are the DYI person then a lot of help at irv2.com. They have section just on the Newmar. Gene
MountainAir05 10/20/21 06:00pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Air operated stairs not working.

You have a air piston behind the step. Will see if I can find you a picture. Either the step is binding or maybe broke. The hiss is air escaping from the air cylinder. You are talking about to make it flat over the steps correct. Post back
MountainAir05 10/20/21 05:33pm Class A Motorhomes
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