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Old 08-29-2011, 10:19 AM   #1
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Question 2670BHS Black & Grey Tanks

Camped over the weekend and was concerned because my blank tank was filling-up extremely fast after taking a couple of showers. I was really mad thinking the shower was plumbed into my black tank. Turns out the back and grey tank sensor tanks are wired incorrectly into the indicator panel. Anybody know how to swap these two sensors in the indicator panel? I haven't tried to pop it open yet.

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Old 08-29-2011, 10:35 AM   #2
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I haven't tried to before. I would think once you get the sensor cover off you will be able to see what you need to do.
Good luck and keep us posted on how it works out.
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Thanks! Went onto KIB web site and looked at the schematics. Looks like a single wire per tank. Should be pretty easy!

Anybody know if my Tracer really has a Galley tank??? My control panel shows one, but I can't believe it really has one.

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Anybody know if my Tracer really has a Galley tank??? My control panel shows one, but I can't believe it really has one.

Dwayne
I have the exact model you have Dwayne and I don't believe there is a galley tank either, but my sensor panel appears to have the grey water and galley tied together because they always report the same thing...

Maybe RV guy can help answer this one??
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RV Guy explained to me that on my 303RKS the galley & grey tanks are tied together, so the tank levels are always the same.
Having said that, I noticed on PT's web site that the Tracer's have a 30 gal grey water capacity versus the 60 gal capacity on the LaCrosse's. So I would guess the Tracer's have only one tank for grey water.
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Thanks Gary! I suspect you are correct... I believe it's a single 30 too.
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FYI - the 2670 has a single grey tank where the bath and kitchen drain into one. It also has a blank tank completely separate. So, two tanks total.

Gary, your LaCrosse has 2 grey tanks - one for the bath and one for the kitchen. But, the tanks are both on the same side of the knife valve so they equalize as you fill.
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