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Old 09-16-2009, 09:27 AM   #1
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HWH Automatic Leveling System

I own a 1995 U320 SE Foretravel. I am trying to find the control box for the levelling system that doesn't work. The breaker is fine and I am wondering if there is another fuse in the control box. The remote panel has no fuses on it. Please help.
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The should be a control box near the pump assmy. If you can remember what area you heard the pump running in the past, look around that area for the box that has a clear plastic cover and black gasket around it. There are fuses inside the box on the control board. Good luck and keep us posted.
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If it is an air leveling system, the control box should be in the top of a basement compartment close to the front of the coach.
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The should be a control box near the pump assmy. If you can remember what area you heard the pump running in the past, look around that area for the box that has a clear plastic cover and black gasket around it. There are fuses inside the box on the control board. Good luck and keep us posted.
Do you remove the black gasket to access and change the fuses?

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Do you remove the black gasket to access and change the fuses?

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Thanks!!!! I will let you know how it goes.
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There is a Foretravel Owners Forum here, why don't you have the mods move your post there? You will get a more educated answer from a Fore owner.
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I found that the LED lights indicated that fuse 1,2,3 & 4 were blown. All 15 amp. Additionally the lights said that F 6 & 8 (5 amp) were also blown. All other lights seemed to be normal. I pulled the fuses and replaced even though they did not look like they were blown once I had pulled them.

Not sure if this is indicating that the board is bad or if there is some other issue that I am missing
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There is a Foretravel Owners Forum here, why don't you have the mods move your post there? You will get a more educated answer from a Fore owner.

I will try. Thanks for the suggestion.
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