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Old 11-26-2008, 10:36 PM   #1
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New Member With problems My 91 Pinnacle (Thor Airstream) has developed some problems that I am not familier with, First my right rear jack doesn't come down and there is a leak by the hydrulic pump, does this affect the other jacks as well or can I still use the jecks? Mext my water heater is not get hot water when hooked up to 30 amp Just lukewarm water(looks like electric water system was added on). and the panel light sometimes works and comes on for the propane heater and other times doesnt work is it all connected somehow?

And another problem is my rear view camera, it has no power is there a fuse somewhere that I can check?
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Old 11-26-2008, 10:36 PM   #2
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New Member With problems My 91 Pinnacle (Thor Airstream) has developed some problems that I am not familier with, First my right rear jack doesn't come down and there is a leak by the hydrulic pump, does this affect the other jacks as well or can I still use the jecks? Mext my water heater is not get hot water when hooked up to 30 amp Just lukewarm water(looks like electric water system was added on). and the panel light sometimes works and comes on for the propane heater and other times doesnt work is it all connected somehow?

And another problem is my rear view camera, it has no power is there a fuse somewhere that I can check?
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Old 11-28-2008, 04:18 PM   #3
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You will need to get the hydraulic leak fixed. You could manually run the other jacks up & down but if the leak is still present you will need to keep the reservoir filled to keep them operating.
Does the water get hot on gas mode?
The panel light comes on as a warning that the flame has gone out for whatever reason in the gas mode. Many times the older models would light up briefly and go out when the heater ignited. Usually here is an in-line fuse in the harness. What make and model is your monitor?
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Checked all of my paper work and could not find a make and model of monitor, and I have my RV on storage. As soon as I can get to it I will relay the message to you, Water gets hot on gas mode when the pilot light comes on and the water heater runs, but some time the pilot light does not come on and the water heater does not kick on?

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Old 12-02-2008, 07:34 AM   #5
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Happy Day found Paper work for the rear view monitor! It's a Sony Blk and Wht Monitor SSM-620AM and The rear Camera is Sony HVM-510AM, I belive this is what you were asking?
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Look for an inline fuse behind the monitor. If you cannot find one, here is a link to a service manuals for the monitor.
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