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LX and LXI (Unique Issues) If you have a unique issue with your LX or LXI model coach and it can't be answered in one of the other forums here, then this is where you can list it, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THOSE ISSUES INVOLVED WITH ANY LAWSUIT.....list your LX and LXI Parts here too.

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Old 01-03-2019
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Man I need one of those leak detectors. My tinnitus makes finding leaks really hard sometimes.
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I bet it was cheaper than hearing aids too!
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I can't hear a leak unless it's really quiet, it's a bad leak, and I'm very close to it. I used a wife to find the last leak; turned out to be under the sink in the bathroom in the line supplying the toilet. The only other one I've managed to find so far was in the electrical distribution panel under the driver's window. I know there are more in there somewhere.


I just ordered one of the leak detectors off EBay.
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Follow link below to the WOG LX and LXi files downloads section.

Choose LX and LXI Print package and then choose the file - LXiPrintPackage#1.pdf.

You will find the schematic for your air system there.

Yes, I could have sent you directly to the file but you would have missed all the other cool info you will need at some point!
https://www.wanderlodgeownersgroup.com/downloads/LXandLXIFILES/
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I found that they are also on Amazon.
INFICON 711-202-G1 Whisper Ultrasonic Leak Detector
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The only issue I have with the leak detector is you need a calm day. A breeze will trigger it and drive you nuts
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Follow link below to the WOG LX and LXi files downloads section.

Choose LX and LXI Print package and then choose the file - LXiPrintPackage#1.pdf.

You will find the schematic for your air system there.

Yes, I could have sent you directly to the file but you would have missed all the other cool info you will need at some point!
https://www.wanderlodgeownersgroup.com/downloads/LXandLXIFILES/
Dave , thank you very much that is exactly what I needed to help me visualize things. And I did find the air suspension diagram in set # 4. There was a tremendous amount of information in addition. Do you have any idea whether steerable tag diagrams are there also? I may have to answer that my self by going through everything , but thought if you knew you might be able to help me locate it more quickly.

Again thank you.
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I have a question for you guys.
Why not build a smoke machine and inject smoke into the air system with your shop air compressor to help find leaks?
Its been done for years on engines,commercial smoke machines are available.
Heck,i bet you could make one easy enough.
for all you deaf guys (me too) this would work fine.
If you put some kind of odor in the smoke you could see it and smell it.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EhNQiIRsCCk
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Dave , thank you very much that is exactly what I needed to help me visualize things. And I did find the air suspension diagram in set # 4. There was a tremendous amount of information in addition. Do you have any idea whether steerable tag diagrams are there also? I may have to answer that my self by going through everything , but thought if you knew you might be able to help me locate it more quickly.

Again thank you.

I really don't know if that info is there or not. I have a Liftable so.... Lol There is a ton of info in the download section. Not all of it is labeled correctly so some digging is usually required. Best of luck
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Follow link below to the WOG LX and LXi files downloads section.

Choose LX and LXI Print package and then choose the file - LXiPrintPackage#1.pdf.

You will find the schematic for your air system there.

Yes, I could have sent you directly to the file but you would have missed all the other cool info you will need at some point!
https://www.wanderlodgeownersgroup.com/downloads/LXandLXIFILES/
Dave , thank you very much that is exactly what I needed to help me visualize things. And I did find the air suspension diagram in set # 4. There was a tremendous amount of information in addition. Do you have any idea whether steerable tag diagrams are there also? I may have to answer that my self by going through everything , but thought if you knew you might be able to help me locate it more quickly.

Again thank you.
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