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Old 02-01-2014, 12:54 PM   #1
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Kwikee Level Best leaking pump?

I recently purchased a 1995 Rexhall Aerbus on a Ford chassis and it has a Kwikee Level Best leveling system.

When I purchased the coach it had been sitting for a couple of years. Initially, I tried the self leveling system and it worked. However, it has developed a significant leak that seems to be coming from the front of the coach right under the pump/reservoir.

Is this a common issue that I can easily repair with a new seal or something? Looking at the top of the pump unit "manifold" where all of the lines are connected everything seems to be dry so it appears that the leak is coming from the bottom side of the unit. I have searched online and have been surprised that I haven't found any info on this issue.

Any input would be appreciated.
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Goofaroo, I just did a Bing search and it came up with Power Gear - Advanced Actuation Solutions for RVs
Send them an email describing what you have and what the problem is. Maybe they can be of some help.

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Thanks. I'll give them a call.
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