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Old 10-06-2012, 09:24 AM   #1
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Need obsolete HWH leveling system part

The 12v motor on my HWH 610 (AP-0588) leveling system went out July 2011 and I pulled the motor and had it recently rebuilt. Upon re-installation I have discovered there should be a cog/gear that slides on to the shaft of the motor to engage the
hydraulic pump which I have no recollection of. I called HWH and this part is
obsolete with no replacement. I called Colaw RV salvage and they will only sell
the complete pump and reservoir assembly for $600. Anyone have or know of a non working 610 that I could potentially scavenge the part from? I would be willing to buy a complete non working unit for a reasonable price.

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Old 10-06-2012, 10:22 AM   #2
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Wink Maybe a service center.

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The 12v motor on my HWH 610 (AP-0588) leveling system went out July 2011 and I pulled the motor and had it recently rebuilt. Upon re-installation I have discovered there should be a cog/gear that slides on to the shaft of the motor to engage the
hydraulic pump which I have no recollection of. I called HWH and this part is
obsolete with no replacement. I called Colaw RV salvage and they will only sell
the complete pump and reservoir assembly for $600. Anyone have or know of a non working 610 that I could potentially scavenge the part from? I would be willing to buy a complete non working unit for a reasonable price.

Jerry
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Ask Colaw if any service centers might have stocked parts for the unit. You never know. I have found things on occasion by doing this.

And Just a thought but did the company who rebuilt the motor forget take it off and forget to put it back on? Maybe call them too!

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Old 10-06-2012, 12:28 PM   #3
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Will call for service center

Thanks for the idea of calling about a service center for part. It was not attached to the motor when I had it rebuilt. I think it might have stuck to the hydraulic pump when I pulled the motor and fell off while traveling. A least that's what I'd like to think as opposed to me having a complete lapse of memory.

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Red face ohhh!

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Thanks for the idea of calling about a service center for part. It was not attached to the motor when I had it rebuilt. I think it might have stuck to the hydraulic pump when I pulled the motor and fell off while traveling. A least that's what I'd like to think as opposed to me having a complete lapse of memory.

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That's the pits when we forget something like that. Hope everything works out.
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show a local machinist the two parts and he can make that connector. It is not a real exotic part.
I'll try to find the pic. on this site.

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If this is the little bugger you are looking for? I hope you're a better detective than I was. I spent weeks on the phone and came up empty handed. I really think a salvage yard is the only place you'll find it. Best of luck!
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That's it. Looks like I'm in for an adventure.
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Old 10-07-2012, 08:41 AM   #8
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That looks like the coupler on the power units on the post lifts I have at my auto repair shop. You may want to ask around and find some places that sell or rebuild the power units like that. It's basically the same setup, electrical motor turning a hydraulic pump. It may be worth a look.
Also, I lost the same thing you did when I had the motor rebuilt on one of my lifts. Although I found it a year later under a workbench.
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Try Stuarts services HWH Replacement Parts - Stuart's Services they are a HWH installer and carry some parts. I was able to get a solenoid for my system when HWH told me it was a 6 week waiting time.
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Old 10-08-2012, 07:30 PM   #10
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Called Stuart's Services today and talked with Chuck. He checked all available non working units on hand and no luck. I'll call them back tomorrow about other HWH service centers and Colaw's as well. The hunt continues...
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Still looking for this part. Anyone have an old HWH 610 system stashed away?
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I'm sure that you have found a solution to this problem by now but thought I would relate my experience. That little part was hanging on the spacer plate and I discovered it when I went to put it back together. If you pulled the spacer plate off it is probably on the ground at that location.
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Old 01-12-2013, 02:27 PM   #13
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I have finally got the leveling system on my coach working. I bought a complete used AP 0588 hydraulic system from Colaw RV Salvage in southwest Missouri while visiting my family during Christmas just to get the little piece I needed. Got everything put back together this morning and have a fully functional leveling system again.

Thanks to everyone for you suggestions.
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Glad to hear it worked out for you, persistence pays off
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