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Old 08-10-2010, 01:46 PM   #1
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Slideouts Quit Working

I have a slideout hydralic system by Taylor Newcomb Engineering (they'r out of business). My friend pulled some hoses off and I'm not sure he put them back right. The main slide has 2 rams and 3 hose connections (there is a jumperhose connection for the main slide on one of the hoses). the bedroom slide has 2 hose connections. The hoses fit onto 2 aluminum blocks with "A" and "B" markings on them. I would like to know which hoses go where. Problem #2 I used a jumper wire to check the operation of the 4 solenoids (2 attached to each aluminum block) and found that 1 solenoid on each block doesn't click when activated.The solenoids are made by Hydraforce part #6301012. Where can I find them? Any help with hose connection or parts would be greatly appreciated. Thanks The R.V. Guy
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Maybe this Trouble Shooting Guide will be of some help diagnosing your system.
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Sounds like the system used in our 95 Avion. We finally found replacement coils at an industrial hydraulic supply house. Fleetwood manged to dig out some instructions on the hydraulic system...that was before they left the RV market.

Any decent hydraulic shop should be able to help you.

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Maybe this Trouble Shooting Guide will be of some help diagnosing your system.
The tech sheets you sent me look exactly like the system I am working on. I really appreciate the help and time you took. I will be using the info today. Please watch for any other postings if I have any more problems. Thanks again.
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The tech sheets you sent me look exactly like the system I am working on. I really appreciate the help and time you took. I will be using the info today. Please watch for any other postings if I have any more problems. Thanks again.
Glad it helps; hope you can fix it without paying out some big bucks.
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