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Old 05-21-2008, 04:38 AM   #71
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Thanks Hugh and Cyndi...

Unfortunately the 3 slide seems different but looking at yours seems to indicate the room and smartbed slides are all clustered together on the same manifolds. I was told that the smartbeds had a different manifold elsewhere.

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Old 05-21-2008, 06:35 AM   #72
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Clark, the hoses on the manalfold should be labled.
In the rear bay as I stated before, the hoses are for 2 drawers and 2 slides. If you only have 3 slides then one selinoid is not used.
Looking up from left to right it should be 3rd


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Old 05-22-2008, 02:46 PM   #73
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We got it fixed so that we could at least travel. Also our manifold setup is different from yours.
The part that threw HWH was the remote manifold for the two Smartbeds on the driver's side and the wardrobe slide. Two hoses on the main manifold run to a separate manifold between the Smartbeds and that manifold controls the above items. Once HWH figured it out (2 days, but they were excellent) we plugged the feed and return lines and could finally retract our LR slide. Not enough pressure before with the burst hose spitting hydraulic fluid over the radiator.

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