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Leaking pressure regulator
#1
This pressure regulator on my coach is leaking (a lot). I don't know what it goes to. (Maybe front slide?) It is located on the driver's side in the basement air compartment. Does anyone know what it goes to, AND what pressure it should be set at?

Thank you,
Alan Johnson
   
Alan Johnson
Dallas Tx

Newell #485
1998 2 slides
#2
Looks like a slide seal pressure regulator. I'm not at my coach now. From memory I think it's 12-15psi. It doesn't take much pressure to seal the slides. I'll check what mine are when I get home.
Hank & Natalie Bensley
2001 Double Slide #586. 
2021 Cherokee Trailhawk Toad
We've been RV owners since 2002.
Port Orange, FL until I retire in a few years! Then we will travel full time for "a while" Smile
#3
Ditto Hank’s info.
Richard and Rhonda Entrekin
99 Newell, 512
Subaru Outback Toad
Inverness, FL (when we're home Cool )
#4
Ok, thanks guys! I've got a new regulator coming in today.
Alan Johnson
Dallas Tx

Newell #485
1998 2 slides
#5
Alan,
I just checked my pressure regulator and it is set at 15#.
Hank & Natalie Bensley
2001 Double Slide #586. 
2021 Cherokee Trailhawk Toad
We've been RV owners since 2002.
Port Orange, FL until I retire in a few years! Then we will travel full time for "a while" Smile
#6
you should consider doing the vacuum pump mod to suck the seal flat when putting it in and out. there is a thread about it in the forum

tom
2002 45'8" Newell Coach 608  Series 60 DDEC4/Allison World 6 Speed HD4000MH

#7
Thanks Tom, I'll look at that!
Alan Johnson
Dallas Tx

Newell #485
1998 2 slides
#8
Alan,
The vacuum pump mod was the first thing I did to my RV. It was under $200 and it took me about 3 hours from start to tested and all cleaned up. What took me some time was a work around from drilling holes in the basement wall to secure the pump. I ended up using heavy duty velcro to stick the pump to the wall. It is a great piece of mind when I move the slides. I think I'm avoiding the big cost of a rolled slide seal every time I operate the slides now.
Hank & Natalie Bensley
2001 Double Slide #586. 
2021 Cherokee Trailhawk Toad
We've been RV owners since 2002.
Port Orange, FL until I retire in a few years! Then we will travel full time for "a while" Smile


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