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Old 02-03-2018, 03:21 PM   #15
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the fuse is in the front run bay, high on the right side looking in, it is a self resetting fuse so looks kind of like a gold rectangle.
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Thanks for the location of the fuse. Great description. I found it right away and pulled that baby out. I'm ready to sleep like a baby tonight!!
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Well, I finally found this leak. The intake of the air compressor itself leaks. Sometimes a lot. Sometimes a little. Sometimes not at all. Arghhh. There must be a check valve in the head of the compressor that is allowing air out. The small filter doesn't have that valve in it, does it? Am I about to replace that noisy compressor? Is there a quieter option available?
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Well, I finally found this leak. The intake of the air compressor itself leaks. Sometimes a lot. Sometimes a little. Sometimes not at all. Arghhh. There must be a check valve in the head of the compressor that is allowing air out. The small filter doesn't have that valve in it, does it? Am I about to replace that noisy compressor? Is there a quieter option available?
A few owners have moved the compressor into an outside compartment to get it out of the weather. When they are mounted towards the rear axle, they susceptible to splashing and road debris.

If the compressor still cycle on/off for a short period of time, it's likely it's plumbed wrong. Monaco plumbed many of the coaches with the compressor up front (windsor, camelots, some beavers) incorrectly. It's a pretty easy fix and has good results.
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