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Hi Ron, Excellent and thank you for your reply.  I will be pursing this soon :-)
Thank you again for your explanation and continued support on this Forum.
Sincerely,
Rob Waples (robwaples.com)

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Hi Ron, I saw this older post and have a question.  I have a 2350 2019 year and looking to replace the wheels.  Did you keep the inside rear steel wheel or buy 6 wheels?  I am hoping to learn from your upgrade :-)
thanks
Rob

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General Discussion / Re: Problem with battery disconnect(s) - no power
« on: October 09, 2023, 11:28:44 am »
So far all my battery issues have been related to ground wires not getting good or consistent connection on the chassis.  I even had the primary ground bolt break off underneath where the house batteries are.  I would suggest confirming all those are clean and getting connection.  Hope this helps someone. :-)

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General Discussion / Re: Leaking fluid from jack
« on: October 09, 2023, 11:23:02 am »
Hi, we have a 2350 2019 and have had a variety of jack issues.  There appears to be fluid leak from the reservoir cap periodically. I have had to replace a couple of the sensor and solenoids.  Just recently I noticed 2 of the jacks not working and found crimpled wires on the harness which seems from the vehicle motion or bounce.  I am hoping after cutting the wires, reconnecting, and securing the wires will resolve the issue.  We don't have any service options in Maryland so continue trying to perform as much self repair as possible and phone support with Stuarts HMH service.
 

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General Discussion / HWH 725 Jack Issue PC2350
« on: April 19, 2023, 10:10:37 pm »
Hi everyone, so Iím traveling and just encountered an issue with a single Jack (LR) not lowering. The pump runs trying to finish with lowering spring but not happening. I am familiar with replacing parts on this in the past but this issue is not like previous. Reading the online service troubleshooting manual does not have a specific example or I havenít found it yet.
I was searching this forum and read past subjects related to HWH and surprisingly didnít see same issue with one Jack not dropping and or extending.
This Jack did have wire broke in past but this issue only caused the Jack to extend immediately due to sensor malfunction. Iíve checked fluid level and the wires look good. This also worked fine 2 nights ago at previous campground. I had to release valve pressure to allow spring to pull Jack back up after multiple attempts pulling down and troubleshooting.  Any suggestions welcome.  Iíll plan to call HMH tomorrow while driving East on 40 and will be sure to share the solution for others once this is figured out.
Thanks!
Rob

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General Discussion / Re: Sani Con not Working
« on: November 09, 2022, 12:30:22 pm »
Hello, I found this relevent message and wanted to inquire on addtional details.  I have a 2019 2350 and the sanicon sounded slower and slower like not getting enough voltage.  I reviewed the terminals behind the driver wheel and cleaned them up which seemed to work for a short time.  It doesnt work again and removed the wires at the switch, removed the cruddy terminal ends and tested the wire good with 12V. When bypassing the switch and putting both wires together the pump is still not turning on and hear clicking under the bed each time you touch the wires.  Before I pull the bed apart and locate where those wires are going before getting to the sanicon, i was hoping someone else may have furhter details or suggestions.  Thanks everyone!!  Also,  cannot figure out yet how to get to the other wires since unit is all sealed with heat tape, etc? Iíd like to check other wires and clean terminals but donít see them exposed.
Thanks
Rob

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General Discussion / Re: Electric step
« on: May 10, 2021, 02:56:02 pm »
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Found the issue finally.  I decided to take more black tape off under the step and past the wire harness where I had already replaced butt connectors and found another single wire with butt connector.  It was fully corroded and the wire fell out in my hand once I finished taking black tape off.  After retrimming the wire and installing new connector, the switch worked.  I must say after a month of this issue and now a very sore neck, I am relieved.  Now we just wait for the next thing to fail and require self repair.  https://forum.phoenixusarv.com/Smileys/emotes/2thumbsup.gif

PS, someone tell me why the silly images don't work when you click them or try to add to the message :-)

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General Discussion / Re: Electric step
« on: May 08, 2021, 10:17:07 am »
Hi Don, thank you for your reply.  Yes I have completed the troubleshooting guides and when testing yellow wire with volt meter at the step / vehicle power harness, there is never any voltage on yellow.  The guide says should have 12v there.  I took the door switch off and reviewed the 2 connectors, took them off and tried bypassing switch and no change. There is also no voltage at that switch at all.. which continues to lead me to that fuse holder under the dash with no power.  Thanks again.


You are using a voltmeter. Multimeter maybe?   (cheer)  So using the continuity test, and making a LONG lead extension you can verify that the fuse under the dash is the source for the yellow door wires that are lacking.

Should that be so, now you know which side of the fuse holder goes to the load. Put one lead into the other side (supply) and you can do a probe around the top contacts on the fuses in the fuse box(es?) and maybe find a poor contact or bad fuse. 

If you a get nowhere with that, then a signal tracer MIGHT help. put the hot into the supply side or the fuse holder under dash, and follow the beeps..

https://www.harborfreight.com/cable-tracker-94181.html   


Useful tool. Even tracks copper pipes in drywall.

This is a 2019 coach? I have an antique (2006) so I expect nothing from the factory. But I would hope that a 2 YO coach has some sort of warranty.   (WH)  At least there is a hope that the guys that built it are still there and you can ask where that underdash fuse sources power.  2o2

Thanks for the good info, I just ordered the tester and will review once received on Tuesday.

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General Discussion / Re: Electric step
« on: May 07, 2021, 06:53:19 pm »
Hi Don, thank you for your reply.  Yes I have completed the troubleshooting guides and when testing yellow wire with volt meter at the step / vehicle power harness, there is never any voltage on yellow.  The guide says should have 12v there.  I took the door switch off and reviewed the 2 connectors, took them off and tried bypassing switch and no change. There is also no voltage at that switch at all.. which continues to lead me to that fuse holder under the dash with no power.  Thanks again.

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General Discussion / Re: Electric step
« on: May 07, 2021, 12:58:29 pm »
I tried bypassing the switch also and no luck.. the only thing I can find is the that 3rd 5amp fuse holder is never getting 12V to send to the switch.  The other 2 fuse holders are showing 12 volt.   It is impossible to trace why that 3rd 5amp fuse holder does not have power.  Very tough to figure this out.  I added a photo.   Also, to recap, the step works, in and out.  it just wont stay open due to the switch at the door know longer working,   weird thing is it would sometimes work again during rain, then stop again.. I checked the grounds I am aware of but now that I found the 3rd fuse holder never having 12V or any power I am thinking that is source problem. Thanks everyone.

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General Discussion / Re: Electric step
« on: May 06, 2021, 09:55:39 am »
Hi everyone, I have the same problem with the step. I have a 2350 year 2019.  With the voltmeter I have taken the fuses under the dash out and checked each one without the fuse.  One of the 5V plugs related to the step does not show 12V with ignition on or off.  The other 5V plug does show 12V.  So I am trying to find out where trace the power source to this 5V fuse plug.  As this is likely my problem.  Any help appreciated please.
thank you
Rob

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General Discussion / Re: No AC Power
« on: August 11, 2019, 05:30:27 pm »
Is the big switch by the door on?
Do you have a power management device which has a small meter that reads voltage or error signal?

Did you have 120v power when you ran the generator?
All the breakers are in the Converter box and all should be on.

Main cabin switch is on.. this just happened all of sudden
Yes 120V power works with generator
All breakers that is see are on
There must be another disconnect from where shore power plugs in and goes to breaker panel?
Also noticed charging system not working when vehicle is running.. battery meter would normally show full when engine is running and only shows 2 dots which is status of existing cabin battery.

Traced all power with volt meter and found a short in the 30AMP Black Extension Cord.. wouldn't of thought that be the issue.. wow.  Glad nothing in the cabin was wrong (this time) :-)

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General Discussion / Re: No AC Power
« on: August 11, 2019, 04:00:28 pm »
Is the big switch by the door on?
Do you have a power management device which has a small meter that reads voltage or error signal?

Did you have 120v power when you ran the generator?
All the breakers are in the Converter box and all should be on.

Main cabin switch is on.. this just happened all of sudden
Yes 120V power works with generator
All breakers that is see are on
There must be another disconnect from where shore power plugs in and goes to breaker panel?
Also noticed charging system not working when vehicle is running.. battery meter would normally show full when engine is running and only shows 2 dots which is status of existing cabin battery.


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General Discussion / No AC Power - Resolved!
« on: August 11, 2019, 03:39:48 pm »
So, I just noticed no AC power when plugged in this morning.  We have a 2019 E450 2350.  All breakers confirmed on.  I have tried the following troubleshooting so far and decided to share on the forum before I start taking the bed apart to get to the connections.

1. Unplug external AC power.  Turn on Generator.  Confirmed the transfer switch worked and the generator provided power to all equipment.  Confirmed cabin batteries charged some during the generator use.  Turn off generator.
2. Start vehicle, review cabin battery status and no power from vehicle running
3. Reviewed cable connection at battery compartment and all looks tight; but per 1 and 2 that is not where the problem would be.

What am I missing, is there another breaker somewhere that may be tripped preventing AC Power?

Thanks
Rob


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General Discussion / Re: 2019 E450 2350 Rough Ride
« on: August 04, 2019, 04:26:25 pm »
Rjw, best of luck with the fsd Koni shocks. They didnít pan out for me. The ride is jarring to say the least. Now there is a chance mine are bad and Koni says if I have my receipt they will replace them.  Iím hoping thatís the case and hoping I can find or obtain a copy of my receipt.


If you havenít purchased yet Iíd suggest calling Koni first. I see on their web site they also list a shock called the EVO 99.  No idea if it might be a better option for the E450 but it might be worth the time to ask.

Thanks I will update again soon. 

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