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Old 05-09-2019, 08:03 AM   #1
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Faulty tank monitor

Hi all.

I have a 2015 Holiday Rambler Vacationer. The tank monitoring indicator doesn't seem to be working because I have a full fresh water tank and plenty of propane but when I press the toggle switch to see the tank levels, all of the lights illuminate for the briefest fraction of a second but then no levels are indicated. I'm suspecting a bad ground wire. Any other thoughts?

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Hi Steve!

If none of the levels are showing and it is getting power I would suspect a common ground problem. Other that that, the main panel may be defective.

Good luck, happy trails, and God bless!
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Hi Steve!

If none of the levels are showing and it is getting power I would suspect a common ground problem. Other that that, the main panel may be defective.

Good luck, happy trails, and God bless!

Thanks for your reply. I took the panel off and found a disconnected circuit component. I held it in the place where the soldering broke and viola, it worked! I'll just need to solder the item back into place.
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