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Old 01-19-2017, 06:25 PM   #1
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Hydraulic Slide

Have a 2008 Allure and sometimes my passenger hyd slide will be out and inch or so. What should I be looking for to correct.

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If it is the HWH system, they will tell you to hold the retract button down for 3 -4 seconds after the slide is retracted. If you do that and still have slide creep, you may need to replace the extend solenoid. A weak extend solenoid will allow the slide to creep out.
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If it is the HWH system, they will tell you to hold the retract button down for 3 -4 seconds after the slide is retracted. If you do that and still have slide creep, you may need to replace the extend solenoid. A weak extend solenoid will allow the slide to creep out.
Yup, that will do it. I have the same system.
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Our 'new to us' bus came with slide locks. They are glorified sticks that are sized to lightly wedge in at the front of the slides. They are also useful to take outside and check for slide clearance against trees and other structures before moving the slides. We never had them in our 5th wheel, so now must be really careful to remember to take them out before setting up camp....
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So if it's the extend solenoid that would be located on the HWH system. I have 2008 Allure so it would be mounted in the compartment under driver. Then I just need to determine which solenoid and replace.
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So if it's the extend solenoid that would be located on the HWH system. I have 2008 Allure so it would be mounted in the compartment under driver. Then I just need to determine which solenoid and replace.
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The solenoids are mounted on a manifold attached to the pump motor in that compartment below the driver's window. Mine has labels on the wires identifying them with either extend or retract along with the slide #.
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Chuck at Stuart's Service is a valuable detail source for how to replace. I purchased the replacement solenoid valves in the past from him. FYI (1-574-262-0225).

Additionally I have had the solenoid valves rebuilt at the HWH facility. FYI (1-800-321-3494 or 1-563-725-3396)

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