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Old 03-13-2019, 01:38 PM   #1
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Leaking Slideout Hose

Im in a 2004 dynasty diamond 4 slide. The small hose in the large storage bay in front of the aquahot bay on the right side is leaking an inch from the fitting. It's the high pressure 180" hose, 1/8" id by it's part number (hwh) . does anyone know where it goes and if it can be routed through it's origional corridors, thereby staying with the stock length? Thank you, Dave
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photo of the hose, smaller of the two

Large bay, rt side, the photo loaded upside down
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Just a bump. No one knows where this hose terminates? 15 feet long doesn't seem like it can go all the way to the pump up under the stairwell. Maybe to the front of the kitchen slide?
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The leaking hose is for the living room slide, not sure where it goes but possibly to the other ram as a balancing hose or to a valve set hidden under the bay covers. Ordered the hose, will post the info of what I find if anyone is interested. HWH said they just open them up and trace it out, no special tricks for knowing the routing.
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Large bay, rt side, the photo loaded upside down
Lookin the ceiling in the first bay behind the rt. front wheel. That's where some of the hoses for the rt side slide terminate.
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Thanks, I am hoping its the equalizing hose between the two rams, it's ordered and I'm in a place I can work on it , when it stops raining,. The tech at hwh told me how to sync the rams once I change the hose.
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Thanks, I am hoping its the equalizing hose between the two rams, it's ordered and I'm in a place I can work on it , when it stops raining,. The tech at hwh told me how to sync the rams once I change the hose.

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To equalize the rams you take them both loose where you have your finger in the picture. Then run them in and out several times. I'm guessing it will take a second person to guide them in the hole each time, so the slide doesn't push out further. Not sure, the stop underneath may prevent that.
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