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Old 09-14-2006, 02:49 PM   #1
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I've been reading the many interesting items on this forum for some time but now have a problem that I hope to find some assistance with. Three weeks ago I purchased a 2004 31 foot Coachmen Class C that is in excellent shape but being a worry-wart' about tires, I decided that I needed the Doran Pressure Pro monitoring system. I had it installed at an RV service in Titusville, FL even though I live in Winter Springs, FL (about 45 miles away).

Since it was installed, I have had to call my Emergency Road Service twice to add air to the inside duals so I could take it back to Titusville to resolve the 'losing pressure' issue. Today I went over to the parking area and once again both duals are very low - one registers 49 psi and the other does not register at all.

What I am hoping to find is a forum reader from this area who can recommend some place locally that I can take the RV and get the tires serviced. I am new to RVing and am not sure how to proceed with this problem!!

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Old 09-14-2006, 02:49 PM   #2
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Hi -
I've been reading the many interesting items on this forum for some time but now have a problem that I hope to find some assistance with. Three weeks ago I purchased a 2004 31 foot Coachmen Class C that is in excellent shape but being a worry-wart' about tires, I decided that I needed the Doran Pressure Pro monitoring system. I had it installed at an RV service in Titusville, FL even though I live in Winter Springs, FL (about 45 miles away).

Since it was installed, I have had to call my Emergency Road Service twice to add air to the inside duals so I could take it back to Titusville to resolve the 'losing pressure' issue. Today I went over to the parking area and once again both duals are very low - one registers 49 psi and the other does not register at all.

What I am hoping to find is a forum reader from this area who can recommend some place locally that I can take the RV and get the tires serviced. I am new to RVing and am not sure how to proceed with this problem!!

Thank you,

Bonnie
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Old 09-15-2006, 01:13 AM   #3
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Bonnie, welcome to iRV2.com. We are glad to have you join us. Sorry to hear of the tire problem. I do not know of a local company near you I can recommend but I am sure someone on here does. One source of leak potential are valve extenders if you have them on the inside rear wheels. Almost any tire dealer that installs on larger vehicles can and will work on the RVs. Good luck and keep us posted as to what they find as the problem and correction. Thank you.
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Call Doran Pressure Pro. You probably need to replace the O rings in the sensor. If they are bad and don't make good contact they will leak. This even happens sometimes when they are new.
They will probably send you the O rings that you need to seal the sensor.
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