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HWH Leveling system question
Recently, my HWH system has been acting up.  For a while, when trying to raise the left side, it would not raise the front and back evenly.  I don't remember which end didn't move.

A couple of days ago when trying to level, I raised the back,...

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No idea but at the end of last year I sent my control box to HWH and received it in about 10 days, cost $75.00 + shipping.

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My rear 6 pack manifold delaminated and cracked down the middle due to age. Ouch. $600 for the part and they had to mill  one for me. Installation next week weather permitting. I was losing air in the back. In cold temps It would lose all air and...

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when I released the raise button, the left rear air bags released air and dropped lower to rest on the tires.  Does anyone have an idea why all the air was released from the left rear?  The...


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Take a look at this:  https://www.hwhcorp.com/ml57000-000.html    :D

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Would a bad solenoid cause the problem I am having?  I know some of the solenoids were looking a little rough when I rebuilt the manifolds.

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Steve,

If you are referring to the coil when you say " solenoids were looking a little rough" then no I don't think so. The coil energizes and this causes the valve to open. If the coil is bad then it wouldn't open the valve.
Mike

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Steve,

If you are referring to the coil when you say " solenoids were looking a little rough" then no I don't think so. The coil energizes and this causes the valve to open. If the coil...


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I need to do a little more diagnostics and see under what conditions  it is holding air. 
Could it be defaulting to travel mode on just one corner? 
I will test tomorrow  and see what is...


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An easy way to test if the coil is working is to hold a piece of iron, screwdriver, etc. to the end of the coil while pressing the button.  The coil is an electro magnet and when energized will magnetize to pull the shaft open.  If it doesn't...

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An easy way to test if the coil is working is to hold a piece of iron, screwdriver, etc. to the end of the coil while pressing the button.  . . .

Don't energize the coil off of the solenoid. ...

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My level system continues to be problematic.  It has happened frequently enough that I can better describe to problem

When attempting to manually leveling my coach, the air releases air or fills for 5 -10 seconds and then it returns to travel mode...

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When attempting to manually leveling my coach, the air releases air or fills for 5 -10 seconds and then it returns to travel mode and counters whichever operation that was attempted.
is this the...


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is this the controller causing the problem?
Instead of guessing (or asking other people to guess) what the problem is, you might try running through the trouble shooting steps in your HWH...

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