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Old 07-25-2010, 12:55 PM   #1
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Question Intermittent lights on HWH Jacks

I have a 91 30ft. bounder with HWH jacks. This year, after one or two uses of the jacks, when activating the switch on the control pannel, I got a lot of flickering of the lights. I went back and forth with the switch and finally got the lights to come on continuously and the jacks worked fine. Now, did get them to retract but the flickering is worse and I can't get them to energize. I suspect the switch, but don't know for sure. Next step I suppose is to raise the control panel from the floor and take a look.

Any suggestings? Unit sits quite a bit--I only have 300 miles on it since I got it used last year. Unit has 51000+ miles.

thanks for any suggestions.
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Old 07-25-2010, 01:33 PM   #2
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Just was on the HWH website and identified the sytstem I have. It is "110 No Dump". I could not find any operating, troubleshooting or parts placement lists on this system and the Fleetwood Bounder is not one of the manufactured units that leads to this sysgem.

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I would suggest you check the grounding of the system to the frame. This is as important as the 12+ feeder. Check all connections for corrosion all the way from the battery to the joystick to pump motor.
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