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Old 04-23-2013, 12:49 PM   #1
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room creeps out after being retracted

Hi all, we have a 2008 dynaquest 260. The room creeps out about an 1 1/2 when sitting. I talked with HWH and they said it is probably a leaking solenoid. I was going to try to change it, but now the button for the room to extend or retract will not work. I hear clicking outside but nothing. Also nothing but the clicking when I try to put the jacks down. Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated...


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Old 04-23-2013, 01:54 PM   #2
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We had a similar problem several years ago. The slides wouldn't go in or out. I called HWH and talked to an engineer there who walked me through checking voltages on the circuit board. Turned out that the circuit board was bad and had to be replaced.

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Pump circuit breaker is tripped or fuse is blown.
Slide moving out could be caused by a leaking cylinder or fitting.
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thanks all...I was hopeful that is was just a fuse, but as I played with the switch, the room or the levelers would start to work and then stop. HWH is suppose to call me this morning to talk me through testing. I will update later...
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Just got off the phone with HWH. They are great to work with. Turns out to be a bad relay on the circuit board. Ordered new board.
@gotor67...how hard was it to change out the circuit board?
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