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RE: ladder extendable ???

we do this one
Tom/Barb 09/18/21 08:48pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: HWH 610 Leveling system.

It just acts like there is no control power to the pump. EXACTLY I now have three light showing. a red power (HYD) I white (Travel) Yellow Center top showing it is level in front next step. send it in for system check ,, HWH does have that service. but it is the weekend..
Tom/Barb 09/18/21 08:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: HWH 610 Leveling system.

One of small terminals is ground. Other pin should be control 12 volts DC. Not sure which is pin A. Did you check for resistance between the small pins on pump solenoid? Did you find the main control unit? There is several fuses there including one for pump control. Has there some recent battery work done? Both solenoids has been checked for operation. all terminals cleaned, and tightened. Yes the entire house battery system has been replaced, to include lithium batteries, a 12 to 12 /30 amp charger, a smart shunt (500) and a voltage gauge/ monitor system. all electrical have been working normally. the HWH electrical power is supplied +12VDC. and proven at the control box. The HWH jack system is on the chassis battery buss. if the Keypad works it must have system voltage. the system will dump the air, it must have voltage "power"
Tom/Barb 09/18/21 08:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: HWH 610 Leveling system.

The one in the center is the one for the leveling indicators. Jumper between the large posts on pump motor solenoid. See if pump starts. If it does check the small posts for continuity. now the yellow light is out. why is the air in the system completely depleted ? it is suppose to stop letting the air out when the pressure is 45 PSI. the pump never starts. jacks stay up, never moves double checked .. all fuses are good. jumper the solenoid "A" to +12 volts. nothing happens.
Tom/Barb 09/18/21 05:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: HWH 610 Leveling system.

Take a broom and move the level sensor under your Rv. Mine is located about center. On the last page of your manual. Mine got stuck with slush one time and cause all sort of issue. I put a deflector in front of it so maybe it would not happen again. I don't believe we have that type of sensor our 2000 coach has a sensor under the sink to recap our system will start when the HYD button is hit twice. it will run until all air pressure is gone. ( it is supposed to stop when the pressure is 45 pounds) when the all pressure is depleted the pump will not start all the keypad buttons are active, you can hear the selenoids working when the buttons are pushed. all cylinders are fully retracted (up) all red lights are out, they usually light as soon as each cylinders start to extend The HWH folks are useless they tell you there is a trouble call in,,but they never call
Tom/Barb 09/18/21 01:34pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: HWH 610 Leveling system.

Your manaul reference is operators manual. One I posted is troubleshooting. Top center appears to be excessive slope is that correct?the coach is parked at our home spot, = level
Tom/Barb 09/17/21 11:29pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: HWH 610 Leveling system.

Which yellow light comes on? top center this is correct manual. Manual Nope.. mine is MI.1126/MP05.5001/CHD-S 09APR99
Tom/Barb 09/17/21 02:47pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: HWH 610 Leveling system.

Check to insure large cable to pump has power to it. Should have a solenoid on it. Done,, no change.
Tom/Barb 09/16/21 07:14pm Class A Motorhomes
HWH 610 Leveling system.

Our Jacks will deplete the air when the system is activated, then quit. ignition is on, Acc.,, brake set, ground is nearly level. you push the ( ON/Auto ) the control panel will light, and the red light will illuminate, the air will dissipate. ( go to 0) then the pump will not Start as usual. you can hear the solenoids click as usual. but no pump noise or pumping action. key pad shows a yellow light on the pad.
Tom/Barb 09/16/21 02:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Lithium cost keep dropping!

I wish I knew how to judge the quality of those batteries.
Tom/Barb 09/14/21 09:38pm Tech Issues
RE: surge guard

This one
Tom/Barb 09/13/21 09:05am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Broke my hitch pin today

This is why I reamed to the next larger hole and use a grade 8 bolt and self locking nut..
Tom/Barb 09/12/21 01:40pm Towing
RE: DC to DC charger

WE run a victron 12-12-30 amp DC to DC charger, no problems.
Tom/Barb 09/11/21 05:33pm General RVing Issues
RE: Class As in cold weather?

We have run both our furness and dash heat. Our dash heater is fed from the engine 40' away.. we do run the block heater in the engine to keep the engine warm for start up So it may be slow to heat up on cold mornings.
Tom/Barb 09/11/21 05:26pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: ABS light.

you will most likely have either a bendix or a wabco system. the wabco system needs a code reader the bendix has a series of lights on the module that are labeled (example right front sensor would have sen. R and f lit) sensors are located on the back side of the brake backing plate there will be a wire going to it checke for broken wires they can be checked with a digital multi meter by unpluging and checking the resistance sometimes get pushed back from the tone wheel simple to adjust tap the sensor in with a hammer but dont hit it too hard if it doesn't move it is probably stuck and may need replaced. when the coach is moved the sensor will move to the proper clearance it may sound a little strange but bendix codes are cleared by running a magnet across the light panel the module is usualY under the coach above the rear axle nice to get at wabco wheel sensor codes will clear when the module sees 5 to 10 MPH My sensors are in side of the brake drum. and there are no broken wires. This light seems to come on after a long period of no battery installed.. This is the second time it has happened.
Tom/Barb 09/10/21 11:25pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: ABS light.

Have you tried calling Eric's over in Squim? Eric's No he's on my sh-list.
Tom/Barb 09/10/21 11:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: ABS light.

Telephone number (360) 720-2233 My memory, which is getting bad, remembers they are just east of the entrance to navy base. Been a while! Now it is Barber shop.
Tom/Barb 09/10/21 07:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: ABS light.

Are you in Oak Haebor? Call Powers up on Ault Field Road. They might be able to help/ OP has diesel with Cummins on Spartan chassis. I don't know. "" Powers "" nothing in phone for them .
Tom/Barb 09/10/21 04:18pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: ABS light.

Scan the vehicle. . with what?
Tom/Barb 09/10/21 02:36pm Class A Motorhomes
ABS light.

What is required to reset the ASB light? 2000 Newmar - Cummins 8.3 - Spartan chassis. Applying the brake 3 times with the key on doesn't work. Disconnecting the chassis battery, doesn't work. Using the trans control pad has no effect. Is the spartan insite tool required ?
Tom/Barb 09/10/21 12:52pm Class A Motorhomes
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