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Old 06-11-2017, 08:05 PM   #1
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Noisy Hydraulics on stabilizers?

So this will be tough one to answer because it could be a matter of opinion but when I retract my Stabilizers the hydraulics seem to be fairly noisy. Are yours' noisy? or do u hear a slight noise when retracting or should u hear anything at all? Unfortunately I bought this new several months ago and with the weather didn't get to use it much until finally took my first camping trip this weekend and noticed to me it sounded fairly loud. I thought when I brought it home and tried them they seemed almost unnoticeable. Checked fluid and it's right where it s/b.
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We have the Kwikee Hydraulic levelers on our coach and yes, when the pump runs it is a bit noisy on both extending and retracting leveling jacks.
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We have an HWH system. The pump doesn't run when retracting but the springs do make a noise. Sometimes more noise than other times.
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