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Technical Support / Re: replacing front DS/PS slide out cylinders 2006 monterey
« Last post by Joel Ashley on March 13, 2024, 08:19:41 AM »
You might also look into whether a good machine shop can “rebuild” your cylinder(s).

Joel
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Technical Support / Re: replacing front DS/PS slide out cylinders 2006 monterey
« Last post by Joel Ashley on March 13, 2024, 08:10:37 AM »
As Fred recommends, you can find “leveling and room extension” info in Coach Assist under Leveling Systems.  But while there you might also scroll down a tad more to “Slide Out and Step Manuals”.

Joel
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See az rv expert on you tube. James just did a video on that  n ot for the faint of heart!
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Technical Support / Re: Orange dial on air pressure gauge issues
« Last post by Eric Maclean on March 13, 2024, 12:55:53 AM »
Bob
It appears that your on the right track , if the problem is while driving the air governor controls both the unloader valve in the compressor and the purge valve in the air dryer.
The braided air line you referred to is the air discharge line from the compressor to the air dryer the air passes through the air dryer and exits through a check valve in the dryer before running via a air line ( usually green ) to the wet tank.
If the check that  valve goes bad or sticks the air can leak backwards through the air dryer when the compressor is not pumping
To check that check valve disconnect the braided air line with air in the tanks and engine shut down and check for air leaking from the dryer connection.
When you replaced the old braided discharge line was there signs of excess oil passing from the compressor?

With all the work you've done now might be a good time to clean and service the air dryer .
The links below should help you to understand the operation of the governor, unloader and dryer operation .
Your coach most likely does not have a Bendix  air dryer but the operation will be the same .


https://youtu.be/bmgSwSeLk_o?si=Cr926sIOiIVIZv5F


https://youtu.be/7phjlysl7Zo?si=9kMvxbicFKKgDI5t

Hope this helps
Eric
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Technical Support / Re: Orange dial on air pressure gauge issues
« Last post by Bob Disney on March 12, 2024, 10:03:35 PM »
That didn't fix the air leak
I believe now that we have a bad unloader valve on the compressor
I have one ordered and hope to have it on today or tomorrow/ I purchased a Bendix as that is the compressor brand used on our coach. OEM is always best
I also replaced the hose from the governor to the valve at the compressor as a precaution, the old one showed some wear on the SS braiding
The leaky pop off valve replacement slowed down the air from escaping overnight but not the pressure drop while running down the road.
I have been fighting this for a couple of years and have had it in the shop a couple of times
It appears that this is not at all a uncommon of a problem,
I'm home for a extended time now and will not know if replacing the valve will fix it, until we take another trip
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Technical Support / Re: replacing front DS/PS slide out cylinders 2006 monterey
« Last post by Fred Brooks on March 12, 2024, 08:50:23 PM »
    John,
If you go to our library of component installations and service you will find HWH systems under leveling. To get there go to the Beaver home page and select "technical" and a drop down menu and select coach assist. In the Library scroll down to leveling systems. Fred
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Technical Support / replacing front DS/PS slide out cylinders 2006 monterey
« Last post by John Ziomek on March 12, 2024, 08:33:11 PM »
I need to replace the cylinders on my 2006 Beaver Monterey due to corrosion which has torn one of my cylinder seals. I am looking for an installation/replacement manual for an HWH AP30761 and AP30763 cylinder. These are the driver and passenger slide-out cylinders.  Any leads or advice will be most welcome especially where I can purchase replacement cylinders.
I have already contacted Beaver in Oregon and they only have one with an exchange. Before I can even purchase one I still need to remove the existing one. Therefore the need for removal instructions.

Hoping this does not fall on deaf ears...lol

Thanks
JJZ
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Technical Support / Re: Trace RC7 GS + Alladin
« Last post by Bill Lampkin on March 12, 2024, 03:08:51 PM »
when i replaced our fridge with a residential fridge, I also replaced the xantrex inverter with a new sine wave model; new remote panel too. You might check to see if your inverter has been replaced.
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Technical Support / Re: Trace RC7 GS + Alladin
« Last post by Steve Huber Co-Admin on March 12, 2024, 02:54:47 PM »
Mark,
Make sure the telephone type cable is plugged in at the back of the display panel and at the inverter. Also suggest you clean the contacts with contact cleaner.
Steve
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Technical Support / Re: Replace leveling air compressor
« Last post by Steve Huber Co-Admin on March 12, 2024, 01:07:23 AM »
Tom,
The check valve on mine was plumbed on a tee from the compressor to tank air line. The tee used a flex line from the air line to the check valve that was prone to leak. I removed the flex line and using a 1/4" to 1/8" bushing w/pipe threads I installed the bushing into the airline and the check valve into the bushing. No more leaks.
Steve
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