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Old 07-14-2014, 04:47 PM   #29
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Well to update my idea for using a bucket to catch leaking fluid. Now that I have it back in my driveway, I found the bucket to be to tall. I found a 9" cake pan fits my program. I line it with paper towels and they soak up the fluid as planned. I have a 12 ton bottle jack that I use to support the side that's broke. I have found that once the pressure is released from the jack it stops leaking. It is a bit of a pain, but one does what one needs to do. I am still hoping the part will arrive before we need to leave! (fingers crossed ) If I have a problem down the road I will try Stuarts, but now I am relying on my trusted RV repair shop? Thanks again!

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Old 09-04-2014, 02:43 AM   #30
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Sure glad to see your post here, Paul. I have a quick question. Right rear jack would not extend. Replaced solenoid with the smaller version. Now both rear jacks will not extend. New solenoid has a toggle switch on back and this will extend the right rear jack. Any ideas? All help greatly appreciated.

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