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Old 08-02-2016, 09:34 PM   #15
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First--a 40ft Alpine with only one slide????? We are talking motor coach here, right?
Yes, many of them are single slide, this year and 99. Any thoughts?
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Old Scout, my Alpine is a 1999 40 ft front door single slide (FDS).
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rjp, thanks for the pump tip! Found the pump on Amazon for seven bucks
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WOW-a 40ft with no bedroom slides, not even a wardrobe slide????? I will have to add this to the ever-growing list of things I don't know--[smile]
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Thanks everyone for their input. Indeed a bit oily in hwh compartment seals will be investigated asap. Meantime slide stays IN!
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I check mine after each run.
Easy to check with the built in dip stick. When adding fluid you'll need a pump to fit on a quart container available at most auto parts store an they are inexpensive!
I get some white squeeze bottles with caps (think catsup/mustard containers) at Wal-Mart and mark them as to what they contain (distilled water, coolant, hydraulic fluid). They hold 8 oz or so, and are easy to handle and dispense fluid into cramped spaces. Just pour into the small squeeze bottle & use. Especially for the HWH - you don't want to OVERFILL. What a mess.
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