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Old 10-05-2012, 04:12 PM   #1
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Alarm associated with dampness

I read once about a alarm that is a problem with some coaches that seems to be associated with dampness and the Air Low Warning chime. Most of the time this results in a less than Full volume sound.There was talk about the pancake valves or oil sensor needing cleaning and then siloconing it up but can't find the tread to see where the oil sensor is.I have done the pancake valves and it's better but still there when damp.
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I read once about a alarm that is a problem with some coaches that seems to be associated with dampness and the Air Low Warning chime. Most of the time this results in a less than Full volume sound.There was talk about the pancake valves or oil sensor needing cleaning and then siloconing it up but can't find the tread to see where the oil sensor is.I have done the pancake valves and it's better but still there when damp.
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We have the same problem. I cleaned and silconed the air pressure sensor on the front tank but that did not fix our problem. I also was told it could be the oil sensor on the engine but have not got around to looking for it. This problem is a lot like windshield wipers, you forget they need replacing until you drive in the rain. I always seem to forget about this one until we drive in the rain.

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