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Old 05-02-2013, 05:40 PM   #1
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HWH explain

Any body know or have pictures of the HWH system parts pump,motor,valves and the rest of the stuff and what they do?
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Old 05-02-2013, 06:01 PM   #2
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Any body know or have pictures of the HWH system parts pump,motor,valves and the rest of the stuff and what they do?
Any chance you have the model number of your system? And knowing the brand, model & age of your RV would help too. Perhaps put that info in your signature.
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also, you talking slides or jacks?
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Old 05-02-2013, 08:58 PM   #4
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Kinda hard to do. Each brand of motorhome has a different layout. Just what exactly are you looking to find out?

Have you been to the HWH website? Welcome to HWH Corporation
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go to the hwh website. you can download, or look at their current service manual and PARTS manual. almost everything that hwh uses in their systems is shown in detail in the parts manual. some parts are sold as assemblies only.
any part that is not broken down with separate part numbers is sold as an assembly only, mostly because there are settings, adjustments, or torque values within the part that must be maintained. if you have problems after that, please contact me, pfmaddox@att.net. i work for hwh as a rep in arizona. i will be happy to help.
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Here's a it of information of the one in my RV. http://www.hwhcorp.com/ml33832.pdf
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Slide info

Sorry it took so long MH is being worked on slide easing out when sitting.My M H is a 06 Hurricane.Where is the model # for the HWH slide system .Thanks everyone
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the problem you are experiencing is caused by the extend hydraulic valve for that room leaking internally. check to be sure the nut is tightened all the way closed. not real tight, just snug. if it is, you need to replace the extend valve. part number is RAP90729. it just spins out then back in. dont over tighten. the harness is labelled for the room extend and retract solenoids. room one is the one behind the drivers seat. room two is the next one back from there, on around the coach.
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Thanks I hope to get my mh back this week .I want to learn as much as I can be for I need to.Would you have a pic of what you are talking about.Thanks
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there really isnt a good picture of the harness tags. you can see them by looking at the harness connections by the solenoids, on the room manifold. the jack manifold is the one on top with four solenoids in a row. the room manifold will be the one underneath.
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Old 05-07-2013, 04:11 PM   #11
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Thanks when I get my mh back I will send you a pic and let you tell me if these are the parts you are talking about
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