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once you find out what kind possible you tube but its a big job should have RV tech do it

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connect a multi meter across the battery terminals and set on volts dc there should be 14.5 volts across the posts when the charger is on check for the dc notice on the dial as if the rectifiers in the charger have failed , you will get an ac voltage and that will not charge a battery

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make sure plugged in or batteries fully charged. make sure to manually raise all jacks manually level using level on floor after level turn off leveling unit then push up button while off 7 to 10 times then down button. this will start recalibration it is on the label by control pad low voltage will error out every time

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driver side second to back compartment black and grey valves to 3 inch pipe put hose on and go to dump site and pull grey first then black to clean hose

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Write down the VIN. Then go online to see which number(s) designate the year.

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Chateau is a possible source.

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if suburban make sure switch on lower left outside access if on check electric heater element

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look for controller unit some of them have a re set button reset then move out or in all the way so it can find zero point

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should be on monitor panel for tank levels or if not check above stove on vent

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ring 1800-331-601 to get your nearest authorized service agent
you can connect on jayco face book page as well

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check paper work or find model contact forest river with model number on tech support replace battery and reset should go to factory code then you can change

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notify manufacturer or an rv shop

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First, look at the fan/motor rubber mounts.
If one or more is bad, the whole thing can shake.
Second, the motor for the fan can be bad.
Third, there could be a wasp nest or a broken fan blade throwing the fan out of balance.
God bless your efforts.

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