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Old 05-23-2011, 07:00 PM   #1
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Holding Tank Sensors

I gone through the online brochures and I can;t find any mention of what type of tank sensors Newmar uses on there Dutch Stars

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Looking at this pic if like yours the only name I see on it is Newmar Corp:



Its been the same on all my Newmar's with the same tank connections there also.
Are you having a problem with it?
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Looking at this pic if like yours the only name I see on it is Newmar Corp:



Its been the same on all my Newmar's with the same tank connections there also.
Are you having a problem with it?
Should have explained myself better we;re in the looking stages and was just curious as to what there using,

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I understand, Dependant on what year coach or model coach adjustment may be different.
You can see small holes above the push tabs that a use for tank level adjustment.
On newer coach's the adjustments are electronic.
Both types work without problems if tanks are clean.
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I hope I'm reading this correctly

So other than maybe having to adjust the system for accuracy they work well with a little effort on keeping the tanks clean

I hope I'm reading this correct, we;re coming from an SOB 5'er where they used those useless probes and it;s a major effert to keep them working.

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Trap, every time I have winterized coach would flush black tank with the tank cleaner devise Newmar provides.
Tank would read correctly the following season.
One tank that has not read correctly has been the Gray tank at times because of fats or food particles in tank.
Just read on another thread that using dish washing detergent may help clean the probes in tank, will give it a try before next camping trip.
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Our 2000 and 2002 DSDP's have had the stick on external sensors so no probes. I've never had one go bad and give me a wrong reading once I calibrated them.
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Our 2000 and 2002 DSDP's have had the stick on external sensors so no probes. I've never had one go bad and give me a wrong reading once I calibrated them.
Thanks I hope there still using those, cause the ones with the probes sticking throught the tank, are a major pain in the backside to keep working properly

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