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Ceiling light (two tube fluorescent) in the toilet room lights would not come on. Assumed the tubes were burned out so purchased two new, still did not come on.  Bypass the switch to learn that there is no power coming to the switch. Is there a fuse or breaker that could interrupt the power and if so where? Checked all 12 and 120 breakers that I know of and all OK. No breaker that refers to this light. 99 Marquis Jasper.
Technical Support / Re: Hydraulic Pump
« Last post by Keith Moffett on Today at 01:01:32 AM »
Thanks all
« Last post by Tom Webber on June 08, 2023, 03:59:27 AM »
Today the RV technician spoke with HWH and was directed to check voltage at several locations. It appears to be a bad relay. A new relay is being located and all should be well. Once HWH determined a mobile tech was involved and this tech was known to their system the response was much better than had it been just me.

Tom Webber
Rick could you post a picture of it
Technical Support / Re: Hydraulic cap on reservoir tank seems to be leaking .
« Last post by Rick Penick on June 08, 2023, 12:20:09 AM »
Hi Eric mine appears to be a pipe thread looks like 3/8" has a 6 sided hex head on it and looks to be vented . Yes i will try NAPA and see.
 Thanks again you have always been helpful!

Technical Support / Re: Bedroom Slide Issues
« Last post by Steve Huber Co-Admin on June 07, 2023, 05:14:23 PM »
Problem isn't the wire but at one of the terminations. The connection at the switch is normally most problematic. Assuming yours is same as mine was, the connection between the switch wires and the wires running to the motor is probably the culprit. The connector at that junction is the problematic. I removed the connector and tied the wires together, first with a wire nut to verify the fix and the soldered them as a permanent fix (but the wire nut probably would have sufficed).
My reservoir has two separate fills and caps so it may be different than yours but both caps are the same and appear to be black plastic fuel caps like you'd find on a car or truck.
Take the old one into NAPA or Auto Zone and have them match one up .or you could try a hydraulic shop in your area.
Technical Support / Re: Bedroom Slide Issues
« Last post by John Demartini on June 07, 2023, 03:15:00 AM »
FIXED!  Actually found old motor had excessive draw. And, also found excessive resistance on blue power lead from switch to motor.  Thank you all for the advice and information. 

Getting by with a temporary rewire but looking for advice on running the wire from the switch in the tv bay to the slide.  Can anyone tell me if the wires are rooted through the ceiling? If so, how big of a job is it to drop the ceiling?

Thanks again.
« Last post by Tom Webber on June 07, 2023, 02:43:17 AM »
When I spoke with HWH they said there is a module with four red wires a black wire and I believe a white wire. The four red wires should each have 12 volt when the key is on. I have a mobile RV service coming tomorrow to check this out. Once it is determined if voltage is present we are to call HWH and speak with the gentleman again. HWH gives you a reference number so when you call back they look up the notes pertaining to the reference number and tell you the next steps to follow.

Tom Webber
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