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Afubar, If I understand you, I would take a wrench and snug all the connections on the U shape piping. The four bolts hold the manifold pieces together. They also can be snugged down (don't torque). Look at the top of your picture where the U shape that screws in to the copper colored fitting: that copper fitting is the shuttle valve.
I had to replace the entire hydraulic pump, motor and tank assembly when the pump failed this past summer.
Thanks RV735, I hoped that attempting to tighten them up wouldn't cause more problems. The jacks, pump, and all work fine, it just slowly leaks on top and I have to top off the reservoir every few months.
1996 Newmar Mountain Aire. 3760 CA
2006 to 2015 Boxer named Cash (aka Cassius Clay)
2016 - Boxer named Chevy