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Old 05-05-2015, 09:23 PM   #15
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OK, I found out I do have a dump switch at the driver's position. But the manual doesn't tell me why and when to use it.
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What is HWH?
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mr d, you can do that without problems, but be aware that it can take up to a half hour to level, since the air is being supplied by the small aux compressor. it will result in a much lower step, which is what you want.
Not sure what you're getting at since I stated that the manual said to have the engine running when leveling since it had a much higher output than the leveling pump.
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What is HWH?
HWH Corporation, they make a lot of the leveling systems on RV's.
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