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There is a oneway valve in the water pipe next to the water tank or water pump, that will stop water from going into the tank from the water pipe system. There is a overflow drain pipe when the tank is full water will spill on the ground, be sure thats not plugged, or the water will come out of the tank fill port. Where does the floor start to get soaked? Thats probably where you may find a broken pipe or problem.

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Suggest contacting the manufacturer with your request

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should be inside where you fill tank turn on pump and listen inside possible behind panel or under cabinet

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TRY THE MANUFACTURER'S WEBSITE

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check inside of where you fill tank turn on and listen for hum remove line to tank put a cheater hose to pump and antifreeze bottle then pump through

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Removing the valance is easy, typically using 2 or 3 wood screws with an S2 head. The biggest obstscle will be removing the blinds to access those screws. Depending on the type of blinds you have, they will be attached using the same type screw on a Day/Night shades or they could snap into a bracket like Slow-Rise roller blinds. If you can identify the specific blinds or manufacturer, Google them and look for installation instructions. They are usually in PDF format and long through them will show you the specific bracket used, how it is secured and where to locate the screws. If you have an electric screwdriver, use it to save your wrists and a 6" hex bit extension will make reaching those screws much easier.

On another note, I've replaced ALL the Day/Night strings on my toy hauler at one point or another and never needed to remove the valance,.

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if cable driven on top in middle there is a gearbox if you can remove top trim use rachet or drill to move motor if schwinteck model have to remove motor push in and secure room so it doesn't open while driving or put motor back in

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AIR BAG AND SUSPENSION MODIFICATION WARNING:
GULF STREAM COACH, INC. DOES NOT APPROVE THE USE OF AFTER MARKET SUSPENSION AIR BAGS OR THE ADDITION OF SUSPENSION LEAF SPRINGS ON ITS VEHICLES. THESE ITEMS, WE HAVE DETERMINED, DO NOT PROPERLY SUPPLEMENT THE SUSPENSION. INSTEAD, THEY INTERFERE WITH THE RIDE AND HANDLING OF RECREATIONAL VEHICLES ENGINEERED BY THE CHASSIS MANUFACTURER AND CAN BE DESTRUCTIVE TO THE RECREATIONAL VEHICLE AND INTERFERE WITH ITS ROAD HANDLING CAPABILITIES. DO NOT USE SUPPLEMENTAL AIR BAGS OR SPRINGS ON YOUR MOTOR HOME! IF SUPPLEMENTAL CAPABILITY FOR THE SUSPENSION IS DESIRED, YOU ARE ATTEMPTING TO CARRY MORE CARGO THAN THE VEHICLE WAS DESIGNED FOR. UPGRADING WITH ADDITIONAL SPRINGS, HIGHER CAPACITY SHOCK ABSORBERS, OR COIL-OVER SHOCKS WILL ALSO VOID YOUR WARRANTY. ALWAYS BE MINDFUL THAT YOUR RECREATIONAL VEHICLE WAS DESIGNED FOR THE MAXIMUM WEIGHT TO CARRY. MORE WEIGHT IS DANGEROUS AND SHOULD BE AVOIDED. ANY MODIFICATION MUST BE APPROVED BY GULF STREAM IN WRITING, OR IT WILL VOID THE WARRANTY! GULF STREAM WILL NOT APPROVE ANY AIR BAG INSTALLATION OR OTHER SUSPENSION MODIFICATION. BEFORE MODIFYING YOUR SUSPENSION, TALK TO YOUR CHASSIS DEALER. AVOID CAUSING POSSIBLE DAMAGE TO YOUR RECREATIONAL VEHICLE.

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Doubt if you'll find a manual for the RV, but if you go through the RV and note each make and model of all installed systems, a Google search will turn up manuals for all those installed items.

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right side top of awning arm if power to motor and doesn't work try removing round rubber plug try with socket to move if no power to motor with switch try jumping with wires to 12 volt battery red to pos goes 1 way black to pos goes other way

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Request the drawing(s) directly from Jayco.

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Refer this question directly to Jayco.

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Hi Roger. It is hard to answer without the model. Well-charged batteries are needed. Keeper bars (if used) need to be removed. Do you hear anything, such as the motor trying or gears jumping? Look at page 61 of this link. I carry an electric drill and adapter socket since one of my slideout motors had a cracked internal gear.
https://www.travelliterv.com/fckimages/PDF/brochures/Travel-Trailer-Owners-Manual.pdf

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Look under the camper and see where the pipes goes. Also Black is usually a larger pipe then the others.

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Check the passenger front side panel, You should have a fuel cut off switch there, It might need to be reset,.

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