Never the black tank since the install.
Originally Posted by Iggy
OK Lou. I have read your previous removal and install of the new probles.
Now be honest. Since you installed have you ever gotton any false readings in either tanks?
Standard 1 cap Calgon;1 cap laundry detergent.
No so lucky with the gray tank. Something got on one of the gray water sensors (the spiral ones) and the 1/3 light has been intermittently stuck ON when empty last year.
Troubleshooting the MicroMonitor
If you remember from the article I did on the MicroMonitor system, the resistance on ANY probe to the ground probe only has to drop from infinity (open circuit) to less than 188K Ohms to turn on the 1/3 light.
It has been stubbornly resistant to sensor cleaner. I think I have a hair ball caught on the spiral. When I get back from Cape May I am going to drop the panel and meter the probes to find out which one is my problem.
If I had it to do over again (and I still might) I would spend the extra 10 bucks and put black water sensors (the one with the shielded wire) in the gray tank too.
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