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Old 07-15-2013, 10:24 AM   #1
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HWH air leaveling

I hope someone can help my air leveling system when turned on all the lights on the display stay on including the battery in excess of slope cannot get it to do anything at all dump or anything appreciate any help
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No punctuation makes your paragraph (?) extremely hard to read. If you are seeing a light (I think that is what you said) for the battery (low battery) then that is your problem - - you shouldn't see that if the batteries are charged.

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Sorry about that. I do not have internet access where I am. I am on my smartphone which seems to be smarter than I am. but what happens when ever I turn on the leveling system all the lights come on and nothing happens. I have an o2 Holiday Rambler with HWH air leveling. Thanks for any help at all replies.
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Have you contacted HWH? That's where I would start.
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Thanks for your reply Mr USA 14 that was the firs place I calledI called they told me they have a three-week backlog for technical issues to return my call.
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Thanks for your reply Mr USA 14 that was the firs place I calledI called they told me they have a three-week backlog for technical issues to return my call.
When I had a problem that's what they told me too. I left my number and a couple of days later a tech called me! He was really nice, very knowledgeable, and solved the problem. I think they tell every caller that so you're so happy when they call early! Worth a try!

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When are you turning on the leveling system? Is the motor running when you do? If you just turn the ignition on, lights will come on but nothing will happen.
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I had a problem last year and when I was in a pickle and the called me very quickly. If you situation involves some urgency they seem to do some triage.

BYW, shout out to Blueox - just now I wrote to them because I'm having a problem and I got an answer in 5 minutes and it is 9:30 PM there.
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You must press the level button twice, once turns it on, second time starts the leveling process. The hyd. motor stops running when it senses it is level if you have the auto-level system instead of manual level system. Pressing the off button stops the process or turns system off when level. If you think your batteries are low run the engine while leveling, the HWH system does not like low/weak batteries. As I understand,
the "excessive slope" is a safety feature to protect the jack system.
Can you use the manual button to dump the air bags? P.S. make sure your steer wheels are straight ahead first!
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Thanks for all the replies.I decided to start looking on my own,removed control panel and found the main plug loose.Checked connection and pluged in securly,all is well.Sure looks like being a loose connection would kill all power to display ??? Oh well seems to be good now.
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Glad you found the problem!
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And a lesson learned - do a little trouble shooting before panicking. Loose connections can cause all different kinds of problems.

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Just a warning, I have had the same plug come loose a couple of times. The last time was the final straw. I took a small zip-tie and wrapped around the two connectors and it hasn't happen ever again.

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