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Old 08-05-2012, 05:49 PM   #11
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Lou these are brand new never had water in the tank on them. Joe A.
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Old 08-05-2012, 06:37 PM   #12
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OK, are these both tanks or just one?

Is the camper level?

Have you done wire level troubleshooting (IE eliminated all other issues except the probes?)

What were the results?
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Old 08-05-2012, 06:55 PM   #13
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No dice. The ZEP purple degreaser stripped off some of the grease on the walls but not all of it. The resistance increased enough to turn off the FULL light but the 2/3 light and below are still on.

Next step is to pull and clean the probes and try to wash the walls with a long bottle brush. I will be ordering another set just in case they don't go in easily.
The OEM probes are not reusable. I hope the miracle probes are...

DW and I are going to have a long talk about oil and grease in the kitchen drain.
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I'm betting the talk will end with a yes dear and it won't be her saying it. I have a feeling the real Aircraft Commander isn't the one writing the quote above.
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I'm betting the talk will end with a yes dear and it won't be her saying it. I have a feeling the real Aircraft Commander isn't the one writing the quote above.
Of course, I make no excuses I am a wimp when it comes to these issues.
The soldier in me just "Salutes Smartly; and fixes it."
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Part Neanderthal? Read This

After exhausting my entire bag of tricks with varying degrees of success, I decided to yank the gray tank probes and see what is going on.

Either I am suffering from "High T" or have a high percentage of Neanderthal DNA, I could not tell you, but if you have a "hair loss problem" or are a "hairy guy" you might want to put black tank probes in your gray water tank, too.

WARNING - this photo is what I found and is quite graphic.
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