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Old 06-18-2016, 08:05 PM   #15
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CW it could have been added after it left CC unless you are the original owner. I have the same system on mine and it's located in the propane tank bay. You might be able to get the books online. If not I have a chance and cassette tape. I can put the info on a DVD if you like.

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Old 06-18-2016, 08:06 PM   #16
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Should have been "VHS", not chance...duh

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Old 06-19-2016, 03:52 AM   #17
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Bill: Thanks we are good. Is your Howard system still working. I have learned a bunch on every aspect of this system. My cylinder is currently at LTH in Lousiana getting rebuilt. A couple of maintenance items. Check your fluid overflow tank. If it has fluid in it (it should not) you have a leak in cylinder. The two hoses coming off the cylinder that go to this small plastic tank are for fluid that has bypassed the cylinder seals and indicates internal leaks and cylinder failure. Secondly, the compressor portion of the system should have fluid in sight glass tube in your (tank bay) or wherever the control board is mounted. The third thing that can go on this system is the rubber bladder in this compression cylinder. This was a well built system for its time. But can get costly quick. When operating there are few others that work as well. Regards, CW

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