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Old 09-10-2013, 05:53 PM   #1
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Anybody have these for fresh/grey/black etc?? They're pricey but if good as claimed they're something I could be interested in getting.

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Old 09-10-2013, 06:02 PM   #2
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I don't have them, but saw them in a NUWA RV back when we were shopping and I really
liked the concept.

Note that there is another option as well, sold by Camping World: https://tankedge.com/

Note that you can use the same wiring that you currently have for the probe sensors.
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Old 09-10-2013, 08:19 PM   #3
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Anybody have these for fresh/grey/black etc?? They're pricey but if good as claimed they're something I could be interested in getting.

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Hi Boowho,

I put these in this spring and love them. You should read the service bulletin as well as the manual. The bulletin is the only place that specifies that the tank sensors cannot be near any metal so I had to replace a metal retaining tank strap with a pvc strap. I also ran new wiring so I have both old and new sensors working. This is useful as the tanks for gray and black are pitched. With a sensor at each end I have very accurate readings as to quantities in the tanks. see pictures of install process attached.
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Hi Boowho,

I put these in this spring and love them. You should read the service bulletin as well as the manual. The bulletin is the only place that specifies that the tank sensors cannot be near any metal so I had to replace a metal retaining tank strap with a pvc strap. I also ran new wiring so I have both old and new sensors working. This is useful as the tanks for gray and black are pitched. With a sensor at each end I have very accurate readings as to quantities in the tanks. see pictures of install process attached.
Thanks guys...... Silver, how do they handle irregularly shaped tanks? I've not looked at mine to see if they are rectangular or otherwise.

Also, if you could...... Split the pics apart so easier to see everything and PM them to me.

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Wouldn't it be nice to have these rigged up in the wet bay? That's where I am when I really want to know the levels in all three tanks.
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