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Old 02-23-2020, 08:10 PM   #1
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Jacks and Nose Creeping

If I am parked for a few weeks, the nose of my coach will creep out about 1/2 to 3/4 of an inch. In addition, I set level by my bathroom door. I noticed that the door is moving a bit which makes me thing that my jacks may be creeping too. I am parked on a cement pad so I know its not the ground settling.


I was thinking about getting all of my solonoids rebuilt because of other problems that I am experiencing. Would sticking solenoids cause creep?


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If I am parked for a few weeks, the nose of my coach will creep out about 1/2 to 3/4 of an inch. In addition, I set level by my bathroom door. I noticed that the door is moving a bit which makes me thing that my jacks may be creeping too. I am parked on a cement pad so I know its not the ground settling.


I was thinking about getting all of my solonoids rebuilt because of other problems that I am experiencing. Would sticking solenoids cause creep?

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I was wondering if anyone has tried pulling the solenoids and replacing the “O-rings” to fix a leak down problem? Doesn’t seem to be too difficult a job.
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I was thinking that the solenoid is more of a needle valve???
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HWH Jacks and Nose Creaping

I probably should have put HWH in the title.
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I suggest reaching out to Paul at pfmattox@att.net, explain your problem and ask how to reach the appropriate person at HWH for rebuilding of your solenoids (I got the four of mine rebuilt by them - I don't have a hydraulic genny slide or HWH slideouts). Paul works for HWH and helps people on our and other forums that are having HWH problems. I contacted him and he walked me through several things going on in my system.
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I was thinking that the solenoid is more of a needle valve???
Check out this link to see how the solenoid is made.
http://hwh.com/mr60200h_e_sol.html#_"SOLENOID_VALVE"__
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