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Old 11-28-2013, 05:21 PM   #11
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There is an adjustment screw on the end of your pump, if the pump is cycling rapidly, increase the setting by turning the screw clockwise 11⁄2 turns
maximum, until the pump operates for 1 second, with at least 2 seconds of ‘off time’.

If adjusting the setting screw doesn't work, consider installing an accumulator after the pump.

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Old 12-27-2013, 03:16 PM   #12
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I had same problem with leaf springs on my trailer being flat. It was so bad that when I was winterizing I was under the trailer I noticed that my tires were rubbing at some point on the floor of the trailer and was rubbing a hole in the plywood. I took the trailer into a truck suspension shop before I stored it. They swapped out the springs to a thicker spring. I noticed a difference right away, there not flat now. I will have to see once I'm fully loaded if it makes a difference on the ride. IE, will things rattle off the walls inside.
Cost was about $600 but if it saves further damage it is worth it.

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