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Old 07-06-2015, 03:36 PM   #1
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Tank level repair

This weekend, with it being a long weekend, the state of the non-function of my water tank meter was really bugging me. Well actually it was bothering my wife, which in turn..... The issue is the meters (all of them) are stuck on full. I don't really care about the black and grey tank since there is no way they would fill in the time we we are camping. The fresh water tank is different, we do take showers, wash dishes, etc. We are worried about running out, which I doubt we would do over a long weekend but no information leads "us" to worry.

I understand that the probes are problematic at best. I would replace them but the bottom of the TT is totally covers by a fabric. I have no access to any of the tanks unless I get past the fabric. I don't want to cut the fabric but I am unsure how to get past it.

Any info would be appreciated.


Ed and Jennifer Bianchina
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Old 07-07-2015, 06:59 PM   #2
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I am going to replace my probes with "Horst Miracle Probes". But you have remove the bottom to get to the tanks. You can find these on their website........
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