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Old 07-13-2014, 10:00 PM   #1
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Valid Air Leveling Compressor

I have the Valid air leveling system on my 2007 Camelot 42 PDQ. It works fine but runs out of air after 4-5 days. I understand a compressor was optional. Is this correct? If the coach were to have the compressor, where would it be located? If I have one, I would like to get it fixed. Just need to know where to look.
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Old 07-13-2014, 10:27 PM   #2
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I have the Valid air leveling system on my 2007 Camelot 42 PDQ. It works fine but runs out of air after 4-5 days. I understand a compressor was optional. Is this correct? If the coach were to have the compressor, where would it be located? If I have one, I would like to get it fixed. Just need to know where to look.
Call Home - Valid Manufacturing there located in Salmon Arm BC Canada about 30 miles from where I live
they will guide you to what you need
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Old 07-13-2014, 11:55 PM   #3
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You should have a compressor. On the diplomats they are underneath the coach aft of the jack. I'm sure if you crawl underneath your rig you will find it, if you have one.
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You should have a compressor. On the diplomats they are underneath the coach aft of the jack. I'm sure if you crawl underneath your rig you will find it, if you have one.
funny after posting my post I was thinking the same thing.I ex friend of mine had the system in the 2007 beaver contessa and it had air level system with a pump .pretty much the same motor home made by the same people
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Old 07-14-2014, 08:35 AM   #5
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Pull the generator out, & look to the passenger side -- There will be a small tank there -- That will be your compressor -- William Willard
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On my 08 Camelot, it is behind the passenger headlight. I have the fuse pulled in mine and never used it.
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Yes you have a compressor (standard with air leveling) and it may come on when the system 'awakes' to check to see if an adjustment is necessary. Mine comes on once in awhile but not every time it adjusts. If it never comes on, I would start by checking to see if you have a bad fuse (maybe?).
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Mine likes to wait till I've just fallen asleep, to fill the tank !
In hot weather, I've noticed most adjustments during the heat of the day, is releasing air from the bags. When it cools at night, most adjustments add air.
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I have a toggle switch installed so I can prevent the "automatic" cycling of the compressor. I don't always use it, but it can get annoying sometimes.................. It does not interfere with the autoleveling system when called to work, only the auto mode when on it's own.
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Richard,

Mine is about in the middle, just aft of the front axle.
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Forgot to mention, mine stopped working and I found one of the power wires had come off the terminal. Haven't had an issue since.
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Mine is located close to the steering box under the pilot's seat. It rarely comes on in auto mode3 if the tanks hold pressure.
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On the HWH the little 12 volt air leveling compressor does not fill the tanks it only levels the coach by adjusting the air in the air bags when parked with the engine off, as others have said i hardly ever use my 12 volt compressor i just level with the air in the tank from the engine air compressor before it leaks down
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OK, I found it. As mentioned above by William Willard and 38 Special. Passenger side, in front of step well and behind headlight. Now to find out why it isn't working.

Thanks to all the posted.
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