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Old 08-22-2015, 03:43 PM   #1
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hwh leveling cylinder leak

Does anyone know of a seal kit, or someone who rebuilds these Cylinders? I am pretty handy and could probably handle changing out the seals. But it's just the one driver side rear that's leaking, I have to push the level button once a day because it goes down 2 to 4 inches everyday. Any help would be appreciated as the dealer wants around $400 for a new cylinder.
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Yes, you can rebuild a cylinder yourself. I got the information from Fleetwood in that there is a kit to rebuild the cylinders on our coach. Also there is a Utube video on how to go about the rebuild. GOOGLE it.
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I'd suggest that you call HWH and describe the problem and let them help you troubleshoot and advise exactly what has to be done. I remember reading that some of their jacks built before 2009 or thereabouts, had piston problems that could not be solved other than replacing or rebuilding the jack.

HWH can advise you on if it is something that you can fix yourself or if you have to have the entire jack replaced or rebuilt.

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