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Old 10-06-2014, 07:52 PM   #1
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Question Manual Retract Valves on 2003 Monaco Windsor

Owners manual states that the 3 manual retract valves are located on the road side inside the compartment behind the rear wheels. There is no compartment there as it is the side mounted radiator. Any guess where else they may be located? Sorry, talking about the stabilizer jacks
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Slide the gen out and look under the Passenger side steps. Many have a storage box under the step and you remove the storage box to access the jack pump. If that does not work have some one run the jacks and walk around to hear where the pump is running.
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Old 10-06-2014, 08:24 PM   #3
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I own a 2002 Windsor.

The RVA hydraulic pump is located on the curb side in front of the entrance steps. Move the generator out and you should be able to access the unit from there. The power gear slide pump is also located there, the jack unit is behind the generator slide pump.

The valves are located on top, you should be able to access them.
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