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Old 08-31-2012, 09:25 AM   #1
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HALP Again

GREETINGS ALL,
THANKS FOR THE ASSISTANCE YOU'VE GIVEN ME IN REFERENCE TO MY FIRST THREAD ASKING ABOUT MY HWH JACKS. BOY AM I LEARNING ALL THAT I DON'T KNOW. I HAVE FOUND OUT THAT I HAVE A HWH 310 SYSTEM WITH A START BUTTON & LIGHT ON THE UPPER LEFT, THEN A STORE BUTTON IN THE MIDDLE LEFT AND A STOP BUTTON ON THE LOWER LEFT WITH A RABBIT NEXT TO IT. I'VE FOUND OUT THAT THE START BUTTON WHEN TURNED ON DUMPS THE AIR OUT OF THE SHOCKS, THE STORE BUTTON RAISES THE JACKS, AND THAT THE RABBIT BUTTON IS THE TRAVEL BUTTON WHICH IS SUPPOSED TO RAISE THE RV TO CORRECT RIDING HEIGHT. NOW HERE IS MY ISSUE. THE STORE BUTTON DOES RAISE ALL FOUR OF THE JACKS BUT THE RIGHT REAR TAKES ABOUT 25 MINUTES TO COME UP, ALL OTHERS COME UP QUICKLY WITHIN MINUTES. ACCORDING TO THE MANUAL I FOUND ONLINE IT SAYS NOT TO DRIVE UNTIL THE TRAVEL LIGHT IS ON. I DON'T SEE A LIGHT AROUND THE RABBIT, SO DOES THE RABBIT LIGHT UP? ALSO SHOULD I KEEP THE SYSTEM ON WHEN DRIVING OR SHOULD I SHUT IT OFF? I DON'T KNOW MUCH ABOUT THE AIR SHOCKS BUT WHILE DRIVING I FEEL THE REAR TIRES RUBBING THE WHEEL WELLS WHENEVER I HT EVEN A VERY SMALL BUMP AND I CAN SEE THE SCUFFING ON THE TIRE. ALSO I GET A ALARM ABOUT LOW AIR PRESSURE AND THE DASH GAUGE SHOW THE REAR PRESSURE DROPPING TO ZERO BUT THEN COMING BACK UP. THIS IS A 2000 WINNEBAGO CHIEFTAIN DIESEL PUSHER. ANY SUGGESTION WOULD BE GRATEFUL. YOU CAN ALSO EMAIL ME AT HOJOONBIGRED@COMCAST.NET.
THANKS IN ADVANCE
GREG "HOJO" HOJNOWSKI
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