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Old 12-09-2013, 10:07 AM   #1
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Black tanks on 2300

On the 2300's black tank, are the level monitor probe connections readily accessible?
If they are, I'm thinking I'll put Horst probes in mine as soon as it comes in, before we use it.
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Should be. I'm not so sure about the high ones. You should be able to see them from the valve compartment.
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Should be. I'm not so sure about the high ones. You should be able to see them from the valve compartment.
Can you advise where the black probe is located on the 3050S?

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Can you advise where the black probe is located on the 3050S?

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In the valve compartment you will see the bottom of both grey and black tanks (where the valves/lines connect for each).
Follow the line to the base of the black tank with your hand. Then move your hand toward the sidewall; the door hinge of the valve compartment. You should reach the end of the tank (probably hidden behind a fascia panel). That end is where the sensor probes are - if you peek upward with a flashlight you will see the small wires to the probes in the tank sidewall.

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