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Old 05-10-2016, 08:49 PM   #11
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Thanks for the reply. Great minds must think alike. I had already ordered the valve before reading your reply. Valve should be here tomorrow.
I wanted to call my dealer back today about the indicators but got a bit side tracked. I'll call in the morning.
Again I want to thank everyone for the help.
Michael
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Old 05-10-2016, 11:25 PM   #12
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You'll find other than being wired opposite one another ... the stock tank indicators are more of a suggestion as to their level of liquid rather than fact. The fresh water is usually reasonably accurate, but the rest you'll learn to guestimate how long you can go before you need to dump. As for showers, unless you are at full hookups you'll need to educate your crew as to what a "Navy Shower" is or you'll use up grey tank capacity in a hurry. Turn the water on and twirl around, shut off water, soap up, turn the water back on and twirl around a few times and turn it back off.
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