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Old 11-18-2015, 05:25 PM   #15
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Please Correct me if im wrong, say someone pulled 1 and it got stuck open, with the wheels turned would the coach body not fall on the tire causing damage. Just wondering
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Braking air is separated from the suspension air by a check valve Johnny, so if this happened, the suspension would stay up.
This was talked about before some time ago, and I believe all 3 models have "Auto Moisture Ejectors" on the air tanks, that spit occasionally to keep the tanks free of water. The Anthem/Cornerstone ejectors are heated If I remember right......
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This is from an older post on another thread.

The reason for Mike telling us to drain the tanks completely was not for moisture but to check the integrity of the check valves and the entire air tank system. The wet tank (white lanyard) was pulled first and drained and then a check is done of the front and rear air gages to ensure the pressure in these is not zero. Next the Primary tank (green cable) is pulled and drained, the rear air gage should read zero and the front air should not read zero. Next pull the secondary tank (red lanyard) and completely drain the tank, check the front air gage and it should now read zero as well.


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Thank you. I'll be trying that soon.
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I found all three cables but they won't budge when I pull on them.
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