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General Discussion / Re: HWH Levelers Leak
« on: July 29, 2021, 09:39:56 pm »
Seems leak was due to leaking jack actuators. Left actuator showed clear crack in unit at top where bolt threads. Right unit didnít but was surely leaking. Thanks to FandJ who suggested calling Chuck at Stuartís Service. He was able, with some instructions to me and an additional detailed photo, to diagnose. Got new actuators to me two days later. Ten days after that, units were installed and we are back to leveling again. Thanks again to all for the help.
(Photos too large to attach.)

Goffstown, NH

General Discussion / Re: HWH Levelers Leak
« on: July 10, 2021, 08:24:45 am »
Hi, appreciate the replies. They are helpful. After pondering this for a bit I was heading towards a similar  (and so far, uneducated opinionÖ.), that since both jacks started leaking simultaneously, that perhaps those seals were doing what they are designed to do and are leaking to avoid an over pressure situation. Perhaps the failure is in the pump and valve portion of the system. Iím Ďin the queue to speak with HWH (two week wait on support call backs) and will attempt to speak with Stuartís Service next week as most of Elkhart was shut down last week. Will post when I know more. Thanks again.

General Discussion / HWH Levelers Leak
« on: July 05, 2021, 07:48:06 pm »
Hi All,
    Wondering if anyone has some insight as to my recent adventure with the HWH levelers on our 2015 2910T. Last Friday we pulled into a site and commenced to leveling the van. Surprised (to say the least) to see a gusher of hydraulic fluid coming from BOTH rear jacks. This made for a very brief long weekend. Any info would be very much appreciated before I bring in for repair.

Thanks Very Much,
Tom and Linda
Goffstown, NH

General Discussion / Re: Introduce Yourself!
« on: October 30, 2020, 06:54:31 pm »
Hi Everyone, my first posting. We recently purchased a 2015 2910T. We are completely green! Haven't spent any time camping, but having traveled a bit on business I had no interest in long series of hotel rooms while seeing the country. We are a couple years from retiring and I didn't want our first junket to be across the country so we will take a couple years and get acclimated. I did due diligence before purchase. First stop was diesel pushers. Since I wasn't buying new, the potential for high dollar repairs convinced me to run away. Equally important was my wife could not get comfortable with the 'bus' profile and so we didn't spend much time on gas class A's either. Once we narrowed to C size, it really didn't take long to settle on PC.  After looking at much commentary and owner forums (and lots of Earl's videos), it seemed like the PC community was hands-down, the  group happiest  with their purchases. (I was appalled at the build quality of  the mass manufacture outfits.) So, the challenge became finding a suitable PC unit, which took several months but we eventually got there. We have only spent a couple nights in the unit (one of them in our driveway... :) ) Being in the great frozen north I have already (with Earl's help) winterized the van.
A couple questions already.....First, the grey tank flush is not functioning. Though I am somewhat handy and not afraid of DIYs, this strikes me a a job that requires a tech. I understand many manufacturers don't have the grey tank flush feature, how important is it to fix?
Second, the black tank gate valve would not close without some minor (kinetic) assistance, but I did get it closed. So I will replace in the spring. This does strike me as a pretty straight forward DIY.
Lastly, I have not found a sticker, or any info from PC that tells me the CCC on this unit. I think this is one of, or the, heaviest models, so am a little concerned about that number. Is there a number put out by PC?
Thoughts anyone?
I will not doubt have more questions as we go and I thank you all in advance and look forward to your counsel.

Tom and Linda Gendron
Goffstown, NH

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