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Old 10-23-2021, 05:22 PM   #1
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HWH Hydraulic Solenoid Valves Purchase or Rebuild

Some basic information. I own a 2005 Newmar Kountry Star. I'm located in central Florida.

OK, the issue is none of the four leveling jacks will hold weight. RV tech did a complete diag and states that the four hydraulic solenoid valves are leaking.

So, other than going to HWH does anyone have a source for these valves or does someone know where they can be rebuilt by someone in my area.

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Any way to flush them? There has to be a way to pull them and clean them up.. either by back flushing or actually pulling each one and cleaning.. I read here.. not suggesting this is your problem.. that the shuttle valve can go bad.. have you looked there?
Just odd speculation on my part.
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I sent all 4 of my solenoids to HWH and they rebuilt all for $150 - less than the cost of one new one. It took just a couple weeks to get them back. I'd send email to their CS and ask if you can send them in and how long to get them back. I think they may have staffing problems right now so it may take a a little longer.
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I found an HWH distributor here in central Florida and was able to obtain all the parts I needed.
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Who is the distributor? It's always good to have a backup to the factory and Stuart's.
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