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Old 04-01-2015, 12:33 PM   #1
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Hydraulic leveling system question

I Didn't get a manual for the maint. of the HWH on my 94 Numar
kountry star and need to figure out where to put the hydraulic
fluid and to keep the maint. up on it..
any Info would be appreciated

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Go to the HWH site, they have a ton of documentation.

HWH Service Manuals

Basically the tank is on the back side of the pump...hard to see, and harder to fill.

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Fill it with the jacks up!!!
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Fill it with the jacks up!!!
what no extra space in it eh thank you very much! haha
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thank you i try to get on here (IRV) more often but alas learning this thing is
becoming a taxing thing want to do the best to keep it in shape for
the days and months to come.
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Old 04-03-2015, 12:17 PM   #7
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Where's the PUMP! (BEEF) GET IT

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Go to the HWH site, they have a ton of documentation.

HWH Service Manuals

Basically the tank is on the back side of the pump...hard to see, and harder to fill.

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Donda esta Englacia!!!

ha ha read up on that page but the tire won't hold anymore fluid and
the pump still won't lift the motor home
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Donda esta Englacia!!!

ha ha read up on that page but the tire won't hold anymore fluid and
the pump still won't lift the motor home
The Jacks are to stabilize the coach but can lift coach off ground front is easier than back, try putting more wood under the jack they have limited travel. Like was said the hydraulic motor and reservoir are one unit mine is accessible from one of my outside compartments.
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shawn, i work for hwh, and will be glad to answer any questions you have about your system.
ive worked on them since 1973. my cell is 602-549-3638. i live in arizona, so we are on pacific time until the time change in the fall. please feel free to call anytime. i answer my calls. if i dont, im out in the desert, and will call you as soon as i can.
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