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Old 05-14-2005, 05:14 PM   #1
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I remember a post a long time ago. Some one had to bring in their slide without power. We may have to do that to get to a repair shop. We have the living room slide, bedroom slide and vanity slide. The RV park owner offered his back hoe to push it in, wouldn't that make for a nice paint job.
If you have done it, did you bleed the lines first?? or what.

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I remember a post a long time ago. Some one had to bring in their slide without power. We may have to do that to get to a repair shop. We have the living room slide, bedroom slide and vanity slide. The RV park owner offered his back hoe to push it in, wouldn't that make for a nice paint job.
If you have done it, did you bleed the lines first?? or what.

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Old 05-15-2005, 04:57 AM   #3
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I don't know if it helps, but the HWH operators manuals are available on line if you don't have yours - download in PDF format.
HWH Operators Manual
Another page of HWH operator manuals

Ours is the 625 series. Not sure if you have that or the 610 or some other.

Our manual mentions solenoid valves that have a "valve release nut" that must be turned clockwise enough to retract the room but not more than 4 1/2 turns or that could damage the valves. You will need a 1/4" Nut Driver which is incorporated in the breather cap dip stick.

The manual has a bunch of explanations and detailed drawings.

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Old 05-15-2005, 05:44 AM   #4
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Thanks Audrey, We do have the 610. We called and Talked to Terry yesterday. He found out that the 2005 and 2006 comes with a winch to assist the slide coming back in, but not he 2004. God forbid you have to use it but it is under the main slide, in the compartment under the slide. Our real problem bring it in is going to be the inclide we are on since we can not get our jacks down. John left his "big boy" jack at home that would have lifted the coach. We are on our way home and had just talked about how well eveything had performed. Just glad we are on this end of our journey.

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