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JR may have hit the nail on the head. The OP has already stated the air drier/filter was trashed.

Now I wonder where he is and if he's moving.
Hope his air drier is working.

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Make sure air dryer is good. Sometimes the filter in the dryer will disintegrate and mess up the dryer. Sometimes it can be cleaned up , and sometimes it needs to be replaced.

If you need a new air compressor I’d locate a new one and have a mobile mechanic replace.

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Been stranded for a week now. This is very frustrating. Georgia Truck Doctor is on the way. I hope he can figure this out.


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Ro646a wrote:

Been stranded for a week now. This is very frustrating. Georgia Truck Doctor is on the way. I hope he can figure this out.


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A week? Its not the space shuttle, surely any truck shop or mobile mechanic can fix it.

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The 4th different mobil service is now trying. They went out to locate a new dryer assy. I have no confidence that this will fix it. I have no confidence this will solve the problem.
Ready to offer this RV cheap to the nearest dealet and drive my toad home.

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Already on the hook for $2000 with no solution in sight

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You would almost be better off at this point to get a good compressor at Lowes or depot and hook it up to your auxiliary port on your rv. Plug in the compressor and start the generator so you have power to the compressor and drive to where you need to go and figure it out later.

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Bypass the air dryer and see if it works,
I had a relay valve on a cement mixer, cause low air on a tag axle.

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