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Old 06-19-2014, 05:07 PM   #1
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Pulled into the Mohegan Sun Casino this afternoon. Parked in the back corner and leveled the RV. When I did a walkaround, there was a big splash of hydraulic fluid just aft of the driver's door. This is below the HWH Jack pump. So I have a hydraulic leak.
I will check the simple stuff, like the reservoir cap, but would like a recommendation for an RV repair/service center in the area. 2005 Winnie Adventurer 37B, HWH Jacks and Slide.

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well, out of PA now, via I-84 to Worcester, MA enroute to Maine. Maybe Scranton/Poconos area would be a good place for a reputable RV repair business. Anyone got recommendations for Portland Maine?

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Daves RV Center, Danbury, CT, right on I84.
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Here's a link to rvservicereviews.
Hopefully you can select one there.

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Thanks to everyone who replied. We are now in Maine, and have suffered a major engineering casualty of our HWH hydraulic system. This included one slide half way out, main slide all the way out, (neither slide would retract), two levelers that only retracted when the extend button was pushed for that side. I will start a new thread, about what I did and learned to get the RV back to at least a movable condition. Look for "Can't use manual retract, Plastic acme nuts stripped."
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