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RE: Check Valve Replacement Advice

The valves are under the entertainment center. Open door, remove side-wall and you are at the back of the water heater. Upper and lower check valves. Been there done that. (We are on the road so can't send photos) Good luck
GPWayne 10/15/14 01:24am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Parts

The inverter for the TV is just to the right of the TV. (12 Volts DC to 120 V.) The Battery charger may be under the Fridge (120 Volts to 12 VDC) You can find info on Winnebago website.
GPWayne 03/31/14 03:43am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Leveling with hydraulic jacks

NOW.....NOW, BOYS! COOL IT! OK
GPWayne 03/19/14 04:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: How long for your air pressure to drop?

You have a small leak. You should have it checked. Because if the leak is in an air bag it will only get worse. That's not a good thing when on the road. Most likely it is a fitting or a valve leaking. But you need to know and get it fixed. I have replaced three valves in the last three years and an airbag last year. (08 Winne) Two weeks since I pumped the system up, dumped the tanks and refilled the air bags and let it sit with no jacks down. It's just like I left it. Getting ready to go.
GPWayne 03/15/14 06:54pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Power Gear Levelers

Resetting Auto Level System......... Turn the coach ignition to the accessory position. With the coach in a level attitude press and hold the ALL UP, BI-LEVEL FRONT and BI-LEVEL REAR buttons simultaneously. You should hear an audible beep. Turn the control ‘on’ and all four indicator lights should now be lit indicating the level sensor is showing the coach to be level. If all four LEDs are not illuminated, repeat last 2 steps. (NOTE: Coach must be level first.)
GPWayne 03/13/14 12:57am Class A Motorhomes
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