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Old 07-10-2010, 02:55 PM   #1
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What is the purpose of these brass bolts (2 can be seen) on top of this manifold.


I had one of these bolts leaking when putting the slide out. Tightened it (it was snug already) and all is good.

Except for the mess

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Old 07-10-2010, 03:03 PM   #2
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Its a breather filler cap, do I get a prize.
Look at figure # 9.
Thats wrong Roger my wife said its a Poppet Type Check Valve fig#13
Unlucky # for me she won.
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So it is actually figure #13?

That would explain why it was leaking. Pressure must go through this valve on the way to the solenoid?

Thanks for the fast response 007, and the file.
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If you tighten the nut fluid was sneaking by threads. Is there a metal or some type collar under nut for better seal? Doesn't show one but maybe work for better seal and less fluid all over the place.
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Patty is at the coach by herself this week in St. Louis. She tells me it was a fine stream shooting up the the floor. I'll try HWH on Monday to see if there is a crush washer or like.

Coach has been trouble free for years, I guess it is my time to spend BSWOM (Big Sweaty Wads of Money) as Engineer Mike would put it.

Only good thing is when we move the coach to Indianapolis, we will be very close to great RV service.
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