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Old 03-20-2020, 09:13 AM   #1
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Warning buzzer.

Does anyone know what it means when the box that makes the low air buzzer makes a constant buzz. It's not the low air sensor as when air is low it beeps, when air pressure is reached it quits beeping and makes a constant noise. I have a Monaco Camelot, 2006 with the 8 bag roadmaster chassis.

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When I first had my coach, a Beaver with the Magnum chassis, the previous owner had my tag air pressure was to high and my warning buzzer was constantly going off. I know you don't have a tag but it turned out being my axle weights Were Way to high, overloaded on tag and steering. I found this out by weighing the coach by axle. Once I corrected that issue by reducing the tag pressure, the alarm quit and now back to normal. Just my strange issue with my coach

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Old 03-20-2020, 01:58 PM   #3
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If the annunciator box wonít shut off, up pug it fo 30 seconds. Iíve had to do that twice in 12 years.

If it continues to buzz after rebooting, then some tracing is in order.

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Old 03-21-2020, 06:51 AM   #4
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Talked to a tech today and I quess there is a sensor on each air tank. He said that could be the problem. Checked front tank that one seems ok, can't get to back tank currently so will check that one when I can get under there. 👍👍
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