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Old 05-12-2015, 03:03 PM   #1
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Tag Lift inoperable

Tag lift function was working fine until yesterday. Pulling out of campspot I tried to raise tag and didn't get an indicator light or chime from the tag switch.
I checked the front bay for fuses and found none related to the tag function. With the ignition switch ON the indicator lights relating to the tag all light up except for the "tag axle dump D7". The power D6, the relay OK tag axle D8, and the signal OK tag axle D9 indicator lights all light up so I'm thinking the fuse? The fuse chart indicates it may be on the tag axle itself. Can anyone confirm that and if so, is it possible to get to it easily?
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Do you have air or hydraulic leveling? If air leveling the tag left is integrated into the air leveling. Maybe there is a HWH air leveling fuse blown, perhaps at control box?? Funny you have no buzzer as it is connected directly to the switch.
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Air only, not sure where a control box might be.
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Big storage bay ceiling. There should be a door. Go to HWH website and get the HWH troubleshooting guide for 2000 series. There are fuses in front run bay, at least one inline fuse just outside control box and individual solenoid fuses under clear cover with LEDs to show what is being activated.
Do all of the air leveling functions work? It is possible it is just the switch on the side console.
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All other leveling functions appear to be working. I didn't see any fuses for the tag in the FRB. I will check out the control box tomorrow for fuses, thanks!
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Tag axle switch schematics if you need them.

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Control box pic with plexiglass cover removed. There are two relay boards, only one is shown. Don't remove cover unless absolutely necessary. It can be difficult to reinstall.
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A call to HWH might be prudent once you rule out the switch. They are very helpful but can get backed up and take a few days to get back to you.
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you might have to me moving to get it to come up if I remember less than 5 mph
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Old 05-13-2015, 07:14 AM   #8
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had the same problem several week ago. it was a fuse in the hwh box. the one in the picture and not the frb
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