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Old 08-28-2009, 06:05 PM   #1
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Air Escape

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I just goofed and can't seem to move my post on wrong group...National
My problem/question...
I have my MH aired up and jacks down. Needed space to slide under and change oil and filter.
As I exited the MH I heard loud hissing. (escaping air) at both the front tires and the rear tires. It was a long hiss... Actually has happened before. When I look at the gauge on the dash it still shows 100-120 psi. Does anyone know what is causing this? Is there anything to worry about? Where is this air coming from?
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Old 08-28-2009, 06:21 PM   #2
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WeBeGone2....Often when you lift the coach with the bags aired up, they are trying to adjust by releasing air. If you retract the jacks and let the coach air up to ride height, you probably won't hear any air hissing unless you have an actual leak.
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