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Old 09-19-2020, 02:12 PM   #1
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HWH hydraulic leveling system

Re: 2006 coachman elite sportscoach 402TS
We are trying to determine what model HWH system we have so we can find a operation manual for the system.....please see pic attached
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That control panel is shared among a number of HWH systems. We have one just like that on ours (a 625). Look for the assembly with the control board, reservoir, hydraulic pump, and solenoid valves. On a 40' coach it will be big enough that it should be easy to find. On its side you should be able to find the model and serial number. Or, post a picture of it here. Someone here will probably recognize it.
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Old 09-21-2020, 08:04 PM   #3
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Since you have the same control panel....can you tell me how to use this system...what the green lite means... What the red lite means... Anything
That will help us understand the system until we can obtain a operators manual
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HWH site has a “ how to” section, for identifying their systems .
And free download PDFs.

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Iíll add that because your control panel has no auto level button , I believe your HWH model is 310.
The 625 systems are ; to the best of my knowledge; computer controlled, with a auto level button.
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Iíll add that because your control panel has no auto level button , I believe your HWH model is 310.
The 625 systems are ; to the best of my knowledge; computer controlled, with a auto level button.
On our 625, the power button and the auto level button are the *same* button. The only difference between his and ours is that it also says "Level" next to the power/autolevel button on ours.
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On our 625, the power button and the auto level button are the *same* button. The only difference between his and ours is that it also says "Level" next to the power/autolevel button on ours.
John, does your control pad say " HWH Hydraulic Leveling " as per the OP's photo . Or " HWH Computerized Leveling " and have the " Excess slope light " ?

I still believe given the photo , that 310 ( perhaps 325 depending on jack style ) is the OP's system.
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John, does your control pad say " HWH Hydraulic Leveling " as per the OP's photo . Or " HWH Computerized Leveling " and have the " Excess slope light " ?

I still believe given the photo , that 310 ( perhaps 325 depending on jack style ) is the OP's system.
Ah, the light goes on (so to speak). Ours does say Computerized, and I'd missed the absence of the Excess Slope label in the OP's pic. The visible part of the outer panel is really a label, and we replaced ours because it was cracked over all the buttons that saw a lot of use. The underlying panel is what's shared among systems, with different labels depending on the system. I'm pretty sure we replaced the label with the same one, though.

The actual model should be on a label on the pump/reservoir/manifold/valve assembly somewhere, if the OP needs to differentiate between 310 and 325 systems or any other variants that might be out there.
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a 2006 coach should have the 325 system on it. identify by touch panel that says hydraulic leveling, which means push button manual leveling.
if it was automatic, it would say computerized leveling, which is 625 for 2002 and newer.
the 310 or 610 control box is an aluminum box about 3 in thick, 7 in wide, and 9 in long.
the 625 or 325 box is mounted on the end of the pump assembly and has a clear plexiglass face. if you need help, please call me at 602 549 3638
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