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Old 10-10-2012, 09:40 PM   #15
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For the manual retract method, the main slide (kitchen/couch slide w/two long rams thru the coach frame members) takes 2-3 big helpers pushing the slide in.
The smaller bedroom slides should be manageable w/less "horse" power.

The problematic slide is the patio side "chain" slide. That one needs lift to push the slide up to even w/the retract level of the slide. You can use a long timber, probably a 4x6 would do it, and some jacks to lift the slide. If your rig came w/the long acme jack screws and you know the install/actuate sequence that's the next step; if not then more manual horsepower.

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Old 10-13-2012, 06:24 PM   #16
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Had our HWH system go down and found shuttle valve to be bad. Replaced that and we were back in business.

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Old 10-14-2012, 05:27 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by Larry Kenney View Post
Help. My Hydraulic pump on the HWH is out. 0 PSI Ricky's is trying to fix it but, have trouble getting parts fro HWH (little help from HWH) the pump is made by Parker #643147 called them and they told me it was propitiatory and I would have to get it from HWH. any suggestions?
I have a 2006 Alpine Limited 4 slide
Thanks everyone
Replaced shuttle valve, Pump and Motor assembly all good now.

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