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Old 03-03-2015, 09:50 PM   #43
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Thanks, Don. I see this component. Do you know if it is repairable. I read on another forum that a RV tech disassempbled --I think--this part and found a piston that was stuck and just needed some TLC to fix.

Not that I know of. You might try the "tweaker" method. While the coach is running, give the solenoid a good rap with a hammer.

From what I have heard from a repair facility, this valve hardly ever goes bad. There really isn't anything to it, just a piston that is moved by a coil creating a magnetic field dependent on the amount of current flowing through it.
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Old 03-04-2015, 08:03 AM   #44
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Not that I know of. You might try the "tweaker" method. While the coach is running, give the solenoid a good rap with a hammer.

From what I have heard from a repair facility, this valve hardly ever goes bad. There really isn't anything to it, just a piston that is moved by a coil creating a magnetic field dependent on the amount of current flowing through it.
A good idea. I will try that. I just learned yesterday about the magnet and piston you speak of and that approach is would a try. Thanks.
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