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  • nitehawk
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HWH Autolevel doesn't work
Got the coach out of storage and tried to autolevel when we got it home. The toggle levers light up but the autolevel toggle only flashes. It doesn't actuate the pump motor. I can toggle all the jacks down individually by their seperate toggles.
I...

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  • kb0zke
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Re: HWH Autolevel doesn't work
Reply #1
Hungry mouse?

  • nitehawk
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Re: HWH Autolevel doesn't work
Reply #2
Nope, nyet, nada. No damage to wiring.

Re: HWH Autolevel doesn't work
Reply #3
On questions like this, a photo helps a lot with identifying the component.  Also you might mention the HWH Series number of your system.  That would help people like me who know nothing about your leveling system, but still like to do Google...

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  • nitehawk
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Re: HWH Autolevel doesn't work
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Nothing in the list you posted.
According to the cover of my repair manual we have a 400 Series Paddle Switch HWH Computerized Leveling System.
Four kickdown/swingdown leveling jacks. Nothing else.
Chuck, in the first scanned page, lower left corner...

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Re: HWH Autolevel doesn't work
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OK!  That helps the "armchair technicians" like me.

I assume you have the HWH Service Manual for your system, and have religiously followed the trouble shooting steps in the exact order listed?

Appears to me that your current problem is described...

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Re: HWH Autolevel doesn't work
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Skimming through the manual linked above, I see several references to "CHECK THE GROUND WIRES". 

Might verify any ground wires associated with the solenoids are clean and tight?

  • nitehawk
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Re: HWH Autolevel doesn't work
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Yup, checked the ground wires off the solenoids and the motor. All tight but I loosened then, sprayed them with electrical contact cleaner and then retightened them. One nut (13mm) was not real tight so I did tighten it up to standards. Then...

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