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Old 01-02-2010, 07:28 PM   #1
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I am a new member of this fine group, and have recently purchased a 2007 Inspire, 36 4quad. Tonite, for no reason that I can see, the air in the right mid-section seems to blow out. A couple minutes later, the HWH pump starts up, and the red light, and the yellow front center light turns on. Supposedly, the computer must be telling the front to fill the air in the back? This has never happened before, and I'm so afraid I might have a leak in the mid rear hose.

Can anybody tell me what might be happening to my HWH system? This has happened no less than 10 times this evening, and never before.

Thank you for any suggestions.

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Sydny, welcome to iRV2.com. We are glad to have you join us here and we look forward to reading of your adventures and experiences. I am sure you will enjoy the forums and website.
You will need to diagnose the actual problem. If you have a leak the leveling system will compensate as needed and designed. It could be a simple fix if just a loose fitting or it could be more serious but you will need to take care of it asap. Where are you parked?

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Old 01-03-2010, 08:23 AM   #3
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If you have air auto levelling then every so often (can't remember if it is 15 or 30 minutes) it will check for level and adjust...sometimes releasing air and sometimes adding it.

What we found is that if we are still fairly high up (unless the area is really uneven we dump air first) and/or there are significant temperature changes (ie 70 daytime and 20 @ night) this will occur more often.

My suggestion is to relevel after dumping the air. If it still wakes & bothers you you can turn off the auto levelling @ night but I would turn it back on in the day so that the rig stays level.
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Old 01-03-2010, 09:22 AM   #4
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Your Inspire is designed with the HWH auto air leveling. It will check for level every 30 minutes and add or dump air if required. It will adjust if there are big temperature swings. If the noise is an issue turn off the auto level at night and back on in the morning.
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Old 01-04-2010, 02:12 PM   #5
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RE: The HWH System

A big THANK YOU to folks who offered to assist me with the understanding of the HWH on my coach. The weather has been quite variable in southern Florida for the last week or so, and will continue to be on the cold fringes for the next couple weeks. If the weather has a bearing on the performance of the HWH, I guess this is what will transpire for the time being.

Because I am in the Neapolitan Cove RV Resort, for the next couple months, I will be able to keep a close watch on the instruments versus the weather patterns.

Thank you again for your insight, and I appreciate the opportunity to have found this group, and I'm very happy to have been able to join.

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You may also want to join the CC users group on Yahoo as that is very active as well. http://autos.groups.yahoo.com/group/...wners/messages

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