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Old 11-06-2018, 10:21 AM   #15
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We purchased this rig last year and going through it.

Recently also had issue with front slide - the sync cylinder was leaking causing racking and required to be replaced - told it couldn’t be rebuilt - took 7 weeks to have a new one fab’d At HWH.
Our coach is currently at Premier with a leaking valve that is part of the front slide system. Had a similar symptom (racking) when I first saw the puddle of oil under the coach. The valve is located directly above the sync cylinder and the leak was from one of the pressure relief valves. HWH quoted 4 weeks to rebuild the valve, we are at the 3 week point now. Here's hoping it doesn't take as long as yours did.
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Old 02-16-2019, 03:10 PM   #16
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Found the cause of the diesel smell. Had the Coach into RV Services of VA in Ashland Va for Hydrohot service, in the course of the usual inspection, cleaning, etc. they found that i had a hole in my exhaust pipe. They did a hasty fix due to my inability to leave the coach with them to fix. They used JB Weld, we let it cure for 6 hours then ran the unit all night and it didn't leak. As a precaution we purchased a carbon dioxide detector for our bedroom.


I will raise the issue of exhaust pipe replacement in a separate thread.
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