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Old 06-08-2014, 10:32 AM   #21
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Definitely will try to remove the air but the new anti creep value and a cylinder may have to be replaced that someone else posted if that doesn't work. I have not found a reliable repair shop in my area. I am willing to travel a couple of hours to get the service but still looking. I have an email in to Randy and will contact equalizer tech support on Monday. But you guys have given me options to try. Thanks
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Old 06-20-2014, 07:15 PM   #22
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Update I purged the air 2 weeks ago and it was closed last week and I thought I was ok. Go to leave for Gaffney today and I slide is out. I have travelled 200 miles so far and the slide is in. Has anyone heard of 84rv in Sussex, nj? I hope to use them for service when I get back.
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Old 06-20-2014, 07:55 PM   #23
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Debbie, Bought the valve from Equalizer. Had Buffalo RV install, as I didn't want to mess with the hydraulics. Buffalo RV had to call Equalizer to figure out how to install, as there are less connections with the new valve. Look at this post for pictures and more information. Hope that helps. Craig
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Hmmm....... I've done the bleeding procedure a time or two, but still have air in the lines (I can hear it). My jacks sometimes self retract after a few days.

I don't remember your post about cooking your motor; now I'm afraid to do the procedure again!!

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Boohoo, I was the one who burned out the pump doing the procedure. Craig
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Boohoo, I was the one who burned out the pump doing the procedure. Craig

I was going to do the air bleed thing but I don't think so.
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I went to home depot and bought step tread material ,sticky on the back side, stuck it to all the sliders ,as they move in or out the tread material keeps the seal straight and clean
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I went to home depot and bought step tread material ,sticky on the back side, stuck it to all the sliders ,as they move in or out the tread material keeps the seal straight and clean

Could you post a picture of what you did?
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Old 06-23-2014, 09:12 AM   #28
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I have a pic of my slides with the stair tread strips
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Thought I had some pics guess I haven't figured out how to do it
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